- Students Take a Stand at Advocacy Summit
- Questioning Student Presidential Elections
- Silipo Hangs Up the Helmet
- Celebrating Richard and Pamela Bonanno
- Challenging Tradition
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.
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.
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