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Most students have thought of taking a semester abroad, but rarely do they actually get the gumption to pack up their bags and move to another country for a term or more.
It would be safe to assume that one of the only boarding schools in New England without Saturday classes would have few stressed students.
As meditation season kicks off, seniors take time to look inward for something meaningful to say as they write reflective, often deeply personal, longer papers they read to their English classes.
The mystery of Violet, Poc I’s ghost and the oldest of Poc’s inhabitants, is still unsolved.
This winter, as athletes kick off the co-curricular season on the basketball courts or hit the ski slopes, other students have decided to pursue their own creative interests with unique co-curricular exemptions behind a camera, at the chessboard, or up in the air.
She has faded floral prints, plaids, crochet lace, and dozens of pairs of worn-looking sneakers and boots jammed into her closet. As a shopper of the classic and well-known stores such as Urban Outfitters and American Eagle, she also finds items from “random stores in Argentina,” as well as thrift stores.
While enjoying the fall term and everything it entails, students also found ways to donate both their time and resources to others.
There’s a group of people on campus who dedicate their free periods and weekends to helping others understand textbook material, prepare for tests, and develop helpful note-taking skills, while also taking away rewarding experiences.
Luke Aaron ’12 and Nolan Doyle ’12 along with Lilly Elkin ’13 and Lena Mazel ’13 continue to re-invent the concept of the double room.
Many students will be flabbergasted to hear that—thanks to Eastman—Deerfield Academy is home to a hive of honeybees.
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