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2016 April
April 27, 2016
DA Muslim Chaplain Fights Stigma Around Islam
On Tuesday, January 19, Deerfield students had the opportunity to explore the legacy of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. through diverse workshops centered on themes of inclusion. One…
April 27, 2016
Jihad: Striving to be Virtuous, Not Violent
On March 22, sadness and fear swept the globe in the aftermath of the Brussels terrorist attacks, which killed 31 people and injured hundreds more. ISIS, the Islamic State of…
April 27, 2016
Triathletes, Unite!
The Olympic Triathlon is one of the hardest tests of endurance in individual sports. A triathlete must not only possess strength and stamina, but must also be versatile amongst three…
April 27, 2016
Deerfield’s Beloved Doc Retires After 27 Years
As Director of Medical Services at Deerfield, Dr. Hagamen has treated thousands of students and overseen improvements that have made the health center what it is today. After 27 years…
April 27, 2016
Experiencing Poet Laureate Hass
On April 12th, former U.S. Poet Laureate Robert Hass read several of his highly celebrated poems to the Deerfield community, including “Shame: An Aria,” “The Gardens of Warsaw,” and “August…
April 27, 2016
Letter from the Editor
Dear Reader, I would first like to acknowledge that The Scroll would not be anywhere close to the one you know today without the admirable leadership of those who came…
April 27, 2016
The “Ultimate” Athletes
The Deerfield Academy ultimate frisbee team has grown exponentially since the sport was brought to Deerfield six years ago. This year, captains Kento Yamamoto ’16 and Satwik Kamarthi ’16, who…
April 27, 2016
Farewell to Academic Dean Peter Warsaw
Mr. Peter Warsaw, who has served as Academic Dean at Deerfield since 2007, will step down at the end of this academic year to begin a position as Head of…
April 27, 2016
Concentrating on AP Studio Art
While spring for Deerfield students means fun trips down to the river and sunny outdoor days, it also means two weeks of intense AP exams, mostly two-to-three-hour written tests. However,…