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Articles by William Ughetta

Saving By Shaving

On Thursday, April 9, 282 members of the Deerfield community gathered in the Dining Hall lobby to have their hair cut by Chet’s Barber Shop (Greenfield). For every male who shaved his head, and for every female who cut six inches of her hair for Locks of Love, the Hale family donated $1,000 to ...

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Save The Children

On April 21 and 22, four students—Kate Palmer ’16, Ethan Thayumanavan ’17, Mamadou Yattassaye ’17 and Virginia Murphy ’17—and Director of Global Studies David Miller attended the annual Save the Children’s Advocacy Summit in Washington D.C. Photo: David MillerDeerfield’s four ...

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Saying Farewell To Teachers

Nick Albertson came to Deerfield in 1978. After a long tenure as history teacher, college advisor and varsity golf coach, he will miss interacting with students and the congeniality of being with his fellow faculty. He will also miss the daily excitement of Deerfield. However, during retirement he ...

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Gangster Dress: Intent vs. Impact

On Sunday May 5, a sit-down table of senior girls dressed up as “gangsters.” At dinners throughout this rotation, the group dressed up with some theme in mind. One night, they all wore nice dresses and heels and called it “Prom Night.” However, on May 5, when the girls decided to wear baggy ...

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Gangster Dress: Intent vs. Impact

On Sunday May 5, a sit-down table of senior girls dressed up as “gangsters.” At dinners throughout this rotation, the group dressed up with some theme in mind. One night, they all wore nice dresses and heels and called it “Prom Night.” However, on May 5, when the girls decided to wear baggy ...

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NextGenVest Summit Success

On April 25, five Deerfield students left campus at 6 a.m. and headed to New York City for the NextGenVest East Coast Summit. When the group arrived at the Grand Central Technical Institutes offices, where NextGenVest is located, they were greeted by a group of NextGenVest employees and quickly ...

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Metamorphoses

Have you ever pondered the nature of love? If you have, Deerfield’s spring theatre production Metamorphoses may open up a new world for you, a world created within stories about love, where you are entrusted with the task of exploring the different origins, dimensions and consequences of love. ...

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Deerfield’s Recruited Senior Athletes

Claire Collins ’15, captain of girls varsity crew, will continue her rowing career at Princeton University next year. Collins hopes to make the first boat and to place in the NCAA Division I Rowing Championships. Descibing her love for the sport, Collins explained, “I like being able to push ...

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KFC Under The Lights

What started in 2004 as Visual Arts teacher David Dickinson’s idea of a talent show to keep students entertained has evolved into KFC, Koch Friday Concert–, a fun and unique way to showcase student creativity. Photo: Elliot Gilbert. The audience jams out to Coldplay’s “Yellow.” ...

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Artists Of The Issue: Yong Hun Kim, Sarah Jinich and Will Darling

This spring, three outstanding Deerfield artists–Yong Hun Kim ’15, Sarah Jinich ’15 and Will Darling ’15–will leave their final mark on the Academy’s arts programs. Kim began playing the violin when he was seven years old, after his parents encouraged him to play an instrument. Credit: ...

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