- New Dean of Admissions: Chip Davis
- DA Muslim Chaplain Fights Stigma Around Islam
- When One Suffers, We All Do: Muslim Students Speak Up
- Jihad: Striving to be Virtuous, Not Violent
- Triathletes, Unite!
Eliza Mott ’12, Edric Tam ’12, Mohan Yin ’12, and Jade Moon ’13 represented Deerfield this winter on the PBS high school quiz show As Schools Match Wits.
Katie Swindell ’14 and Emma DeCamp ’13 started a Free the Children club at Deerfield.
This past winter, Louisa Hanson ’13 pursued her passion for medicine at Franklin County Hospital, and this spring, Zatio Kone ’12 will explore her interest in social psychology.
Students led by English teachers Suzanne Hannay and John Palmer will travel from Arms Building Classroom 52 across the Atlantic Ocean to Cambridge University for the last time, ending a program that began in 1980.
Whether you are helping a friend get someone out or trying to get your next target, 2011 Gotcha champion Fisher recommended, “The most important thing is to not take this game too seriously. At the end of the day, it’s just a game.”
Excited to return to the United States after living in Peru, Sebastian del Aguila arrived at Deerfield this term ready to immerse himself in the boarding school lifestyle.
Many students agreed that Mr. Morello seemed to lace a comedic thread through his piece, shedding light on challenges that need to be discussed.
Award-winning mathematician and physicist Stephen Wolfram will speak to the community about his experience as the CEO of his successful company, WolframAlpha.
Environmental Stewardship Advisory Committee is a group that is involved in helping the dining hall find a more eco-friendly dishwasher, eliminating bottled water on campus and adding hydration stations, and making sure that the new dorm will be as eco-friendly as possible.
Slightly Ajar, the newest student campus publication, took a comical standpoint on a range of different topics related to Deerfield.
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