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Fleeting Greetings

It seems that students display a respectful ease at greeting Deerfield faculty and staff when cursory encounters occur, yet when it comes to acknowledging their fellow students? Performance can be, sadly and surprisingly, subpar…

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How To Gain Perspective at Stop & Shop

…remind yourself, next time you leave campus to pick up some groceries, that what constitutes normal standards in our Deerfield lives may not apply to the outside world…

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Tea Party Animals

How can a group of fellow Americans, a group that the New York Times found to be wealthier and more educated than the average citizen, be so grossly misinformed and exhibit such violent, racist, horrible behavior?

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Should South Park Be Censored?

In a recent episode of South Park, the prophet Muhammad is depicted wearing a clumsy-looking bear suit, and the episode is full of commentary on issues of freedom of speech, intimidation and fear.

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Wilderness: Made in the USA

One of the many excellent declamations from the Junior class. Written and performed by Sam Belcher ’11.

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Life to its Fullest

Over spring break, a group of Deerfield students, faculty, and faculty children journeyed to the small neighborhood of Las Charkas, Dominican Republic, to build a house through a non-profit organization called Cambiando Vidas, or “Changing Lives.”

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“Prend Ta Guitare”: Haitian Songs of Hope

“Going to Haiti was a sensory overload. The tent cities, tin slums, rubble, garbage, and sewage form a blurred tableau in my mind, and it’s difficult to discern meaning or importance from any of it specifically.”

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Grit & Glamour

Tao Tao Holmes ’10 reflects on fashion, function, and how they apply at Deerfield.

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