- Interview With Alex Killorn ’08
- Kennedy Fights Sexual Assault
- New Art Gallery Makes An Impact
- Letter From The Editor
- Tiemann Launches Delta Lab
Each spring, admitted students pour onto campus, eagerly awaiting a sneak peek of a day in the life of a Deerfield student.
On a campus filled with personalities both creative and individual, it is no wonder that, despite the dress code, one article of clothing shines through with colors, patterns, and designs equally as unique as the people sporting ties.
“Just imagine the audience in their underwear,” goes the age-old saying that many jokingly cite as the key to delivering a public speech.
Feeds: ranging from grinders to salads and pastas made from New York Times recipes.
Selected from thirty-seven applicants, Sidney Cech ’12, David Morales-Miranda ’12, Thomas Cowan ’13, Stefani Kuo ’13, and Holly Taylor ’13 will attend the 2011 Round Square conference at Wellington College in Crowthorne, Berkshire, England.
When one sees Linda Kengne ’14 sitting in the crowded dining hall, it is immediately evident that she has a lot of confidence.
During the spring term, Miles Griffis ’11 will attempt what few students have ever attempted in the history of Deerfield: rapping.
“Every year, the school sends out a letter to parents and seniors to advise us against going on the trip to Nassau and losing control.”
Every year, two upperclassmen volunteer to be the model rooms for incoming tours. This year, Caitlin Murphy ’11 volunteered her Rosenwald 1 single for the important job.
Self-proclaimed to be the single most famous Korean boy-band ever to hit the Deerfield campus, 4AM has yet to make it to the top of the charts. But, the group certainly seems headed that way.