- We Roast Pigs Every Spring, Choate
- Can Dating Be More Than ‘Netflix And Chill’?
- DAFC Serves Up Change
- No Snow For Ski Team… No Problem
- The Comeback Kids: Home To DA After Term Away
As I entered the dimly lit clubroom with Amanda Bennett ’10 at my side, I could see that Shira E. had already begun the opening act…
Minutes after taking SATs, fourteen girls boarded the bus to the airport for Deerfield’s first-ever DArts Visual Arts Trip to Paris.
The Scroll scores an interview with Matthew Fox, actor in the TV show Lost and Deerfield alumnus, class of ’85.
On June 5th, fourteen Deerfield art students from Mr. David Dickinson’s classes will board a plane to Paris.
With unruly curly hair, wire-rimmed glasses, and a tranquil face, Malcolm Gladwell looks just like your average genius. With his four award-winning books, it is evident that he thinks and writes like one too.
Chamber includes the hidden and perhaps under-appreciated prodigies of our community. With the recent creation of an orchestra, and a series of orchestra and chamber concerts this month, the Academy is enjoying an upsurge of classical music excitement.
Intense, artistic, and theatrical, Camille Coppola ’10 is a well-known face in the theater department. She has been in a play ten of her twelve trimesters, and has been in Acting Tutorial class for four years…
Captivating and intelligently written, The Privileges is an enjoyable novel focusing on the culturally topical in an often funny tale…
A list of concerts and exhibits to visit over the summer, compiled by Jade Kassoff ’11
Lights come up. On one side of the stage, Othello smothers his wife, Desdemona. On the other side, Juliet wakes to find Romeo lying dead and stabs herself.
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