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- DAFC Serves Up Change
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- The Comeback Kids: Home To DA After Term Away
Molly Muller ’07, a petite, blonde 21-year-old in a grey Colby sweatshirt, sat comfortably in history teachers Joseph and Julia Lyons’s apartment in McAlister I where she was on check-in duty.
Exactly how much effort and time does it take to put together boxed meals for away games?
In the faculty world, the massive apartment in Pocumtuck is the pinnacle of all apartments on campus.
Though Deerfield bags are often full-to-bursting with books and laptops, many community members find space for a little something extra.
Bruno Schiaffino and Felipe Besozzi, two seventeen-year-old international exchange students from Uruguay, have taken the Deerfield campus by storm over the past several weeks.
Eliza Moore ’97 led the school in a rousing spiritual song at a recent school meeting in one of many exercises she conducted as spiritual artist in resident this January.
For several members of the IT and Communications Departments, July marked the laborious final stretch in their summer project. By the month’s close, they had completed a brand new DANet website, made available to the community during the fall term.
“As far as I’m concerned, we have one of the best security departments of any private schools.”
Richard Little joins Mr. Harcourt in teaching geology this year at Deerfield.
While Trevor McKinlay, this year’s Wilson Fellow, may not be a household name, nearly all at Deerfield would recognize the visiting teacher’s animated expressions and thick Kiwi accent…
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