- Russell Calls For Reason
- Deerfield Takes On New-Age Drug Issue
- Yueniversal Films
- Lin Strikes Gold
- A Plan To Prevent Outbreaks
As juniors and seniors looked over this year’s spring electives, many were disappointed to find no science offerings. Where, for instance, have Skywatching and Forensics gone?
The appointed “leaders” of the school should have the skills of time management and prioritizing. By handling the demands of Deerfield, they have already displayed adeptness in these areas, and as competent young people, have already acquired so-called leadership skills.
Thank you to the Grounds Crew for your hard work in keeping the campus clean this winter.
This year, the Student Programming Committee (former “SPAM”) has done an extraordinary job planning our activities. Keep it up!
The Dining Hall Staff is tired of scraping gum off of tables. Is it so difficult to just throw our gum away?
Teachers who resent this loss of class time should know that we students need this later start in the morning to function the rest of the day.
At a recent walk-through lunch, members of the Environmental Stewardship Advisory Committee camped out at a table to conduct a taste-test water survey.
Invitations to a series of co-gender discussion groups last week met with few—and initially all-female—responses, and of the twelve students signed up for last Monday’s meeting, only two showed.
I realize now that it was inappropriate to publish these derogatory, pointed remarks, and I apologize to all those offended. I regret that the tone of the “Here and There” special issue, which included thoughtful reflections from alumni and current students, was tarnished by this small part of the edition…
Our campus political organizations may be lacking energy this year, but the responsibility of keeping ourselves up-to-date is in our own hands.