- Students Take a Stand at Advocacy Summit
- Questioning Student Presidential Elections
- Silipo Hangs Up the Helmet
- Celebrating Richard and Pamela Bonanno
- Challenging Tradition
Students interviewed were evenly divided between the candidates and said they valued voting as a vital right.
“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 dining hall budget. Those changes would positively affect everyone on campus, whereas the majority ...
When Librarian Angela McCarthy and her husband, Director of Food Services Michael McCarthy, discovered the national competition for wheelchair—accessible vans sponsored by the National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association, it seemed to be the perfect solution to the increasing difficulty of their son Colin’s mobility.
Anthony Marx, president of the New York Public Library, former president of Amherst College, and father of Josh Marx ’12, will be speaking at Commencement this year.
Matthew H. King ’77, a deputy assistant director of Homeland Security Investigations, will speak at commencement this year.
Each year, a unique group of ten alumni return to talk to seniors about the paths they have taken in their post-Deerfield lives. This year’s speakers represent a wide variety of interesting career fields…
In addition to honoring the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., this year’s MLK Day program examined “what we do at Deerfield as a community for diversity and multiculturalism…”
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