KO’s fashionistas: Quarantine edition

Since the implementation of online classes and the closing of businesses amidst the current pandemic, KO students have found themselves with little opportunity to get outside. Thus, there is little motivation to wear anything other than pajamas to online classes. In a time when most people can only see your head and the upper part […]

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Doyle departs KO

Middle School counselor Laura Doyle is sadly departing Kingswood Oxford after 18 years. Mrs. Doyle started her tenure at KO when her son, senior Mike Doyle, was nine months old.  “Now that my youngest child is headed off to college in the fall,” she said, “the generation older than me in my family needs my […]

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KO copes with quarantine

Since Monday, March 23, all non-essential businesses in Connecticut have been closed per the orders of Governor Ned Lamont as a part of a new campaign: “Stay Safe, Stay at Home.” This is intended to reduce the overall number of COVID-19 cases and “flatten the curve.” As KO classes have been moved to an online […]

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In favor of the death penalty

On July 23, 2007, in the idyllic Connecticut town of Cheshire, a home-invasion turned into a triple murder. The perpetrators entered the house of Jennifer Hawke-Petit and William Petit, a local doctor, and hit Dr. Petit with a baseball bat, rendering him unconscious. Dr. Petit was then tied up at gunpoint in the basement. The […]

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Views on impeachment

As the Trump impeachment inquiry rages on, millions of Americans have kept their eyes glued to the news, as House Democrats bring in witnesses in their investigation into corruption in the Trump White House. Many KO students are also keeping up-to-date on the impeachment happenings. While no KO students are old enough to have remembered […]

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