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Articles by elizabeth whitton 12 opinioneditorial editor volume 86

Loeb Speaks Service, Sparks Discussion

Paul Loeb, author and activist, spoke about citizen responsibility, prompting a heated discussion on climate change denial, at the first Academy Event of the school year on October 28.


Maher Arar's Virtual Visit

In a live, interactive video conversation, Maher Arar, a human rights activist who is at the forefront of international debates and American constitutional law, spoke passionately with a packed audience in the Garonzik Auditorium.


Walker's Words Win Award

Some words from Missy Walker ’10 on her award from the National Scholastic Art and Writing Awards.


Alternate Study Leads in Addressing Gender Issues on Campus

Although it has been 20 years since girls returned to Deerfield, gender is still a hot-button topic on campus. This spring, seniors Hillary Hoyt and Elizabeth Schieffelin took up the topic for a directed study project with Philosophy and Religion teacher Michael O’Donnell involving external and ...