- Letter From The Editor
- Novice Crew
- Intimacy At DA
- To Cheer Or To Jeer: That Is The Question
- Alumna Kayla Corcoran Returns As History Teacher
“It was the coldest night of the year, but the entire south bubble was smoking. Firefighters pulled down the green dining hall drapes and knocked the glass in the windows. It was all so overwhelming.”
Many seniors sent in early applications to their favorite colleges. Here are the numbers… Revised
“Smoke damage was the biggest problem. The entire building was repainted and over two-thirds of the electrical wiring was replaced.”
According to the State Police, the Dining Hall fire started due to “spontaneous combustion”… But what exactly is spontaneous combustion?
Seven and a half percent of Hotchkiss’ energy comes from renewable sources, a third of this amount coming from a wind farm in upstate New York.
On January 12, an earthquake measuring 7.3 on the Richter scale struck Haiti’s capital, Port-au-Prince. Devastating an already damaged infrastructure, the earthquake has cut off vital supply lines for disaster relief and medical supplies.
Confusion surrounded the details regarding Deerfield’s Vespers Service. Although originally a required event for all students, it was quickly changed to an optional one…
What do scores mean when they are unevenly influenced by test preparation? And what if anything should secondary schools do to level the playing field?
The Hometown Project is an experiment in self-expression for all the members of the Deerfield community. Over Christmas Break, I hope you take advantage of this opportunity to reconnect with yourself and reconnect with others.
Sierra Dickey ’11, a student Eco-leader at Northfield Mount Hermon, spends more than four hours a week planning projects to both raise awareness and improve sustainability on campus…