Senior Symposium projects bring Tracy K. Smith to KO

Kingswood Oxford’s Senior Symposium program has been lauded as a facet of the school’s curriculum that inspires creativity, community, and collaboration. This year’s Senior Symposium class, taught by English teacher Mela Frye, has taken the program to new heights through its community-based Symposium projects. Students in the 2021-2022 Symposium class have been studying poet and […]

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Dr. McIntosh making a difference

KO is delighted to welcome Donique McIntosh as the new Director of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging. Dr. McIntosh’s breadth of experience within her field will greatly benefit KO as she works to create a more diverse and equitable campus environment.  Dr. McIntosh holds a doctorate from the University of Massachusetts Amherst, two master’s degrees […]

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Kacey Musgraves follows her own arrow

Country Music. For many Americans, that phrase has a pretty conservative connotation. Their minds often go to the historically male-dominated industry marked by stereotypical songs about drinking whiskey and driving tractors. However, over the years, country music has evolved to become more diverse and vibrant, all thanks to the many female pioneers who paved the […]

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KO students create during quarantine

“Art is the only way to run away without leaving home,” dancer and author Twyla Tharp once said. COVID-19 has brought about unprecedented hardships and challenges, and it’s safe to say that quarantine was unlike anything we had ever experienced before. However, in times of tragedy, the world has done and will continue to do […]

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