- Students Lie Down In Die-In
- Pro: Deerfield Dorms Get A Makeover
- Matt Morrow on Ferguson, Garner, and Race
- What’s Your Fire This Time?
- Administration Plans Athletic Facility Renovations
Articles by sarah woolf 12 front page editor volume 86
Nobody has the right to demand somebody’s sexual preference, neither constitutionally nor personally.
It’s easy to get any day student riled up about “exclusion,” especially with the recent introduction of a more structured residential curriculum.
As a result of students’ collective action through a petition, and emails from both parents and students to the Deans’ Office, controversial changes to the dress code were retracted on Monday, August 22.
As positive trends emerge in the economy, the Imagine Deerfield strategic plan is back in action with the recent publication and distribution of the first set of implementation plans.
According to the program, underclassmen will have monthly meetings that include discussions and activities, which cover such topics as belonging, identity, leadership, and balance.
After 27 years at Deerfield Academy, Theater Director John Reese will resign at the end of this school year.
Student Council has passed a proposal to add more students to the Disciplinary Committee…
This fall’s play, Seven Minutes in Heaven by Steven Levenson, perfectly captures the stereotypes young teenagers try so desperately to adopt…
Intense, artistic, and theatrical, Camille Coppola ’10 is a well-known face in the theater department. She has been in a play ten of her twelve trimesters, and has been in Acting Tutorial class for four years…
Lights come up. On one side of the stage, Othello smothers his wife, Desdemona. On the other side, Juliet wakes to find Romeo lying dead and stabs herself.