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Letter From the Editor
Dear Deerfield– and historians of the future, You have stumbled upon a time capsule of the year 2020, a window…
Letter From The Editor
Dear Reader, If you walk into the basement of the Kendall during layout week, this is what you’ll find: Lily…
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October 25, 2017
Let’s “Do Better”
“Do better.” These are the words Ms. Creagh repeated in an announcement at lunch recently, referring to the influx of racial slurs and prejudiced remarks that have been repeated by…
October 25, 2017
Letter From the Editors
Dear Reader, This has been a tumultuous time in both our community and the greater community that surrounds us. As a publication that seeks to shed light on the diverse…
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
Letter From the Editors
Dear Reader, Oh, how time flies! The 2016-2017 school year is rapidly coming to an end, and that means saying goodbye to the incredible Class of 2017. This class has…
April 26, 2017
Drawing the Line Between Humor and Hate Speech
Recently, a student publication published anonymous responses to an online survey that it sent out to the student body, requesting comments on the topic of America. One of the responses…
April 26, 2017
Letter from the Editors
Dear Reader, First of all, we would like thank Perry Hamm and the rest of the Scroll editorial board, vol. XCI, for their endless support and guidance. Without their hard…
February 24, 2017
Redefining Success in a Materialistic World
After a long day of classes, co-curriculars, and club meetings at Deerfield, the work is far from over — there is still reading to do, tests to study for, and…
February 24, 2017
Letter From the Editor
Dear Reader, This is it! Seven issues later, and my time as Editor-In-Chief is finally over. It really is hard to believe that I am writing these words, as it…
January 27, 2017
Deerfield Offers Warmth in Winter
Winter is often considered to be the most depressing time of year. The sky turns pitch black around 4 pm, the cold wind slashes across everyone’s faces, and the snow…