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2017 May
May 26, 2017
Celebrating Tom Heise’s 28 Years
After 28 years as a dedicated member of Deerfield’s faculty, Mr. Thomas Heise will retire from teaching at the end of this academic year. While at Deerfield, Mr. Heise has…
May 26, 2017
Last spring, the stepping up bonfire made an especially poignant impact on the Deerfield community and set the tone for the class of 2017’s senior year. To an energetic crowd,…
May 26, 2017
State of the Academy
On February 9, world-renowned psychologist and researcher Dr. Suniya Luthar came to Deerfield to administer a comprehensive survey to the student body. For almost an hour, students gathered by grade…
May 26, 2017
Top 10 DA Senior Pranks
10. This first prank involves former Sports Information Director and DirJoseph Morsman ’55. “He used to drive around in a little Volkswagen Bug,” math teacher Sean Keller recalled. “I believe…
May 26, 2017
KFC Reveals Hidden Talents
Every year, winter and spring Koch Friday Concerts (KFC) invite Deerfield students to showcase their hidden talents, sing along with friends, and enjoy music-filled Saturday nights. After discovering the potential…
May 26, 2017
Rob Pannell ’08 Revisits the Lacrosse Program
After being cut by his hometown high school’s varsity lacrosse program his ninth grade year, Rob Pannell ’08 carved out a name for himself, not only as one of the…
May 26, 2017
Stop Serving, Start Engaging
Today, college has become closely associated with competition. At Deerfield, students of already incredibly high caliber are competing to be the biggest fish in the ocean. Here, even the smallest…
May 26, 2017
12 Students, 12 Stories
In the past, the spring play has often consisted of a collection of one-acts, and is frequently an opportunity for veteran actors and newcomers alike to explore new genres and…
May 26, 2017
Artist of the Issue: Ellie Koschik ’17
A lifelong lover of visual art, Ellie Koschik ’17 grew up admiring buildings. “When my family and I [went on roadtrips], other people looked at the countryside, but I stared…