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Laura Quazzo ’13 has devised a plan that will allow students to incorporate their language into their daily lives by starting a Spanish sit-down table.
Though the year began in puddles, our cheerleaders and Captain Deerfield intend to ramp up the energy and excitement of this year’s Choate Day.
Whether bringing out the invaluable, freshly- laundered gym towels, resetting the equipment, or working in her office, Fitness Center Manager Emma Mitchell is a widely recognized Deerfield figure and a wonderful asset to the community.
New junior Ayesha Kapur ’13 has a unique talent for acting, which she developed at a young age in her home country, India.
While it may seem easy to become trapped in the “Deerfield bubble,” seven current students studied abroad last year.
Mr. Eric Goodchild, Deerfield’s famous bagpiper, tells his story.
As the girls at DA begin the transition from their flowery shorts to apparel more befitting the oncoming autumn weather, denim outerwear has slowly appeared all over campus.
This year five new puppies have come to call Deerfield home.
As a result of students’ collective action through a petition, and emails from both parents and students to the Deans’ Office, controversial changes to the dress code were retracted on Monday, August 22.
On Friday, May 20, Deerfield Academy hosted its own Mini-Relay for Life from 4 to 9 p.m. out on the track.
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