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In the past two years, professional Squash player Osama Khalifa ’14, has won over 60 times in not only Egyptian tournaments, but also the German, British, Swiss, Australia and World Squash Opens.
The step team is forced to move to Chapin Dorm, due to the new musical.
The theater department will produce a musical—the seminal comedy-rock-horror musical Little Shop of Horrors, which features a blood-craving plant.
Students who expertise on sports the school doesn’t offer are trying new sports to maintain their level of fitness.
Ally Benedict ’13 decided to spend her senior winter skiing at Killington Mountain School (KMS), a Vermont ski academy.
After attending the summer film program at Northwestern, Sofi Taylor ’13 said initiating Deerfield’s first ever student-run theater production was nothing short of a gamble.
Should Choate Day be held in the Spring?
Anna Gonzales, a recent alum, reflects on her Deerfield career and what it was like to be secretly gay.
The term “hook-up” has always had multiple connotations, and at Deerfield it is heard often about the Greer.
“In the past forty-five years, I have never seen so many kids hurt.”
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