- New Dean of Admissions: Chip Davis
- DA Muslim Chaplain Fights Stigma Around Islam
- When One Suffers, We All Do: Muslim Students Speak Up
- Jihad: Striving to be Virtuous, Not Violent
- Triathletes, Unite!
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…
…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…
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?
Although my fellow freshmen and I have only been here for seven months, Deerfield has affected us in more ways than we know.
We have become independent in a community that was unfamiliar to us at first.
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.
Letter to the Editor, from Lucy Drummond ’08
One of the many excellent declamations from the Junior class. Written and performed by Sam Belcher ’11.
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.”
“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.”
Tao Tao Holmes ’10 reflects on fashion, function, and how they apply at Deerfield.
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