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Articles by De Kim
Super Storm Nemo caused the annual A Cappella Fest to be cancelled on February 9, and the possibility of rescheduling the event in April is up in the air.
Scroll Editorial Associate Jon Victor ’14 interviewed Convocation Speaker Riley Ennis this past fall. Mr. Ennis, the CEO of a biotechnology startup that aims to find a vaccine against cancer, reflected on his experience at Deerfield and his own personal goals.
Twelve Deerfield students and three faculty members traveled to the National Mall in Washington, D.C. to participate in the February 17 “Forward on Climate” rally.
Head of School Margarita Curtis announced on January 28 that retired math teacher Peter Hindle, who worked at Deerfield for forty-four years, has been accused of sexual contact with a former student, and that the school is conducting an investigation regarding the alleged abuse.
The topics covered were just as numerous as the students who attended the forum, but eventually the discussion boiled down to three main topics—the roles of clothing, competition and the administration in Deerfield culture.
If there were more open spaces for students to get to know one another in an unstructured setting, it might be easier for students to have friends of the opposite gender without being labeled as a couple.
The Scroll would like to extend its gratitude towards the members of our wonderful custodial, dining hall, security and physical plant teams.
What, in practice, defines the Deerfield boy?
The article titled “In the Wake of Tragedy: Could It Happen Here?” (February 6, 2013) erroneously presented William Montgomery’s position on gun control. His quotes were taken out of context. The article presented his views as anti-gun control, while he is actually for it. The Scroll ...
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