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A Farewell to Profe Taft
Steve Taft has lived on a boarding school campus for almost his entire life. Growing up at Phillips Exeter Academy, he decided to trade in his red for some much-needed…
A Farewell to Dr. Herabat
Dr. Pannapa Herabat has taught in the Deerfield math department for only a few years, but she has been a…
A Farewell to Mr. Freda
After dedicating 19 years to the Deerfield Academy community, Andrew Freda, a beloved math teacher, will be retiring. His contributions…
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A Farewell to Ms. Kelly
Over the past 42 years, Assistant Library Director Patricia Kelly has been a steady presence in Deerfield’s library. She has overseen the library’s transformation through technological changes, guided students through…
A Farewell to Ms. Winsor
Every Tuesday night, I would walk into Johnson 1 with a smile on my face, knowing that Ms. Winsor would be there with her dog Remi. She would greet me…
A Farewell to Profe. Camacho
I first met Juliana Camacho midway through last year when she took over the task of teaching my Spanish 3 class. Having thoroughly enjoyed the first half of the year,…
A Farewell to Ms. Ford
No one from Dewey expected to spend their Tuesday evenings watching The Bachelor in the Dewey common room. However, Ms. Ford, our dorm associate, had different plans. She somehow had…
A Farewell to Ms. Mott
When we were younger, we all dreamed about having fairy godmothers and guardian angels: someone to guide us closer to our dreams. But I dreamed about having an older sister…
A Farewell to Mr. Thiel
My first sit-down meal as a new sophomore was incredibly frightening. Unsure of how to conduct myself and what to say, I kept uncharacteristically quiet. Mr. Thiel ’91, however, did…
A Farewell to Mr. Grimm
Mr. Grimm and I were both “new juniors,” graduating from Deerfield in the same year. Mr. Grimm: what can’t he do? He is a singer, actor, dancer, vegan baker, photographer,…
A Farewell to Dr. Ott
Dr. Mark Ott’s English class is one that many students remember fondly: the large typewriter that sits in the middle of the table, a stack of The New Yorker cartoons…
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