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90 Seconds with The Film Guys
Biggest pet peeves? Robert: Food Noises. Alesi: Incompetence.  Robert: Come on you have to have something better than that.  Alesi: Balloons.  Robert: That’s not a pet peeve.  Alesi: But I…
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October 14, 2014
It’s Not the Girl’s Fault
For Commencement, girls wore cute, playful white dresses while boys wore serious, dark coats and ties. During the DeNunzio Disco, girls felt humiliated undergoing “spandex checks” by faculty while boys…
October 14, 2014
Murphy ’10 Remembers Deerfield Community
During the summer after my freshman year at Deerfield, I staged a protest. I sat my parents down and told them that I would not be returning to the Pocumtuck…
October 4, 2014
2014~2015 New Faculty Bios
New students are not the only ones anticipating a fresh start at Deerfield this year. The Academy welcomes 17 new faculty members as the school year approaches. (The excerpts below…
September 3, 2014
Feeling Bored? Play a Board Game (w/ Mr. Keller)!
Spiel des Jahres, anyone? For us non-German speakers in the community, the English translation is: “Game of the Year.” The Spiel des Jahres Award—the international game board version of an…
September 10, 2013
Return of the Flaska
  Jan Flaska, Dean of Spiritual and Ethical Life at Deerfield Academy, is returning this fall after a year’s leave, during which he worked towards a doctoral degree from Catholic…
September 10, 2013
Welcome, New Faculty!
    Aside from the new students who arrive on campus in September, the new faculty also add more flavor to the Deerfield community. Here are some examples of the…
November 13, 2012
DA Hook-Up Culture Revealed
The term “hook-up” has always had multiple connotations, and at Deerfield it is heard often about the Greer.
November 13, 2012
Stop with the Slurs
Robert Beit '13 points out that those who say that they are okay with people being gay say derogatory slurs.
May 24, 2012
New Deans, New Roles
“I do not think the current facilities impede my ability to learn and believe the money could probably be spent better elsewhere—recruiting better teachers, improving the dorms or increasing the…