Biden’s first 100 days

On January 20, 2021, just around 100 days ago, Joe Biden was inaugurated as the 45th President of the United States. Since becoming inaugurated, President Biden has had to deal with numerous problems from the previous administration in addition to pushing his own agenda. During these past 100 days, I would give President Biden and […]

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So long, class of 2021

Boyz II Men said it best: “How do I say goodbye to what we had?” How do we, as a community, say goodbye? A hug? A celebration? A salute? Well, I say goodbye like this: Congratulations seniors! Pack up your junk and go home! The last four years of your life must have been a […]

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Conservatives are hypocrites when it comes to cancel culture

For decades, conservatives have pandered to corporate America with their support of supply-side economics and laissez-faire tactics; in exchange, big businesses have poured money into GOP campaigns. For this reason, the Republican Party is considered the party of free-market capitalism. However, it is these same GOP politicians that look to blame Democratic “cancel culture” when […]

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Feminism is Just White Feminism

Happy Women’s History Month! Well, by the time you are reading this, Women’s History Month is probably over, but I’m writing this during Women’s History Month, so I think it still counts. I was raised a feminist; both of my parents are feminists who don’t belive in the confines of gender and gender roles. So […]

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Transportation Situation

One great aspect of Kingswood Oxford is that it brings in students from all over Connecticut. However, this needs to be considered when making the decision to have school on days when the weather forecast shows a potential hazard. The lack of consciousness about hazardous conditions on the Kingswood Oxford campus presents a number of […]

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