Against death penalty

For a long time, legalization of capital punishment in Connecticut has been one of the most popular socio-political discussions discussed in our great state. Connecticut has performed 126 on record executions from 1639 to 2005. Capital punishment does not exist as an available sanction for a criminal defendant upon conviction for the commission of a […]

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Mendes’ magic

A new World War I film called “1917” swept through the Golden Globes and the SAG Awards. Directed, co-written, and produced by Sam Mendes, the movie will keep you holding your breath through the entire film. Starring George MacKay and Dean-Charles Chapman, two young British soldiers during World War I deal with a task of […]

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Strive for actual civil discourse

Kingswood Oxford, as much as we like to pretend it is completely unified, has a divide when it comes to politics. As a private school in Connecticut, we lean towards more democratic and liberal political views due to our location and our upbringings. We’ve created an accepting community for those from all different religious and […]

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Tokyo Sushi: A Taste of Japan

By: Bella Leuschner Many students at Kingswood Oxford know the delicious Black Bamboo Restaurant that serves fantastic Chinese food. But what many don’t know is that right next door is an equally as appetizing Japanese restaurant called Tokyo Sushi. Tokyo Sushi is super close to campus and has speedy service, so if you are not […]

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