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Letter From the Editor
Dear Reader, If you were to ask me what I miss the most about “normal” Deerfield life this year, it would be the thrill of sitting on a Green Machine…
The Case for Intellectual Activities
Many of us spent our time in quarantine exploring different intellectual activities, whether it be chess, Go, crossword puzzles, or…
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February 21, 2021
Board Editorial: Seeking Truth
“It is our job — more than ever before — to report the news accurately and honestly.”  — The Associated Press      The Scroll has always strived for thoroughness and diversity…
February 21, 2021
Conversation Starters: The COVID-19 Vaccine
As part of the Scroll’s mission of truth, we are  providing the Deerfield community with the resources for constructive, factually-rooted discussions beyond classroom settings in this column. Here, we will…
February 21, 2021
Letter From the Editor
Dear Reader, “Work Hard, Be Kind, Get Smart.” As my number of remaining nights spent in the basement of the Kendall dwindle down, I find it important to explain to…
February 21, 2021
Thinking for Tomorrow: Project Zero
“The ocean is the cornerstone of earth’s life support system….It’s the blue heart of the planet–we should take care of our heart”–Sylvia Earle. Too often, a solution to the climate crisis…
November 22, 2020
My Experience (Not) Voting
I used to cringe at the radio every time NPR played a clip of the PostMaster General defending the mail-in ballot. I had full belief in the American voting system,…
November 22, 2020
Is “Back to Normal” What we Really Want?
What graduating during a pandemic taught me about pausing to look up at the hills “We have preserved those fundamental, high traditions of character and scholarship on which our school…
November 22, 2020
Letter From the Editor
Dear Reader, Over the past few months, the Deerfield Scroll’s 95th board has combed through past publications to find articles to reprint for our election issue. Some articles were quite…
October 31, 2020
Letter From the Editor
Dear Reader, “Student journalists have an inherent obligation in decision making to consider the heritage of their news medium, the values of the school community,…and best interests of readers/listeners/viewers.” National…
October 31, 2020
Effective Communication
The first presidential debate was a first on many fronts. From a long overdue discussion on climate change to hostile jabs being thrown between Donald Trump and Joe Biden, the…
October 31, 2020
Balanced Bites with Karyn Mancari
Welcome back DA! My name is Karyn Mancari, the school nutritionist. For those of you who don’t know, I’m available for questions or meetings about anything nutrition-related from allergies, sports…
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