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Almost Showtime!

The cast of Almost, Maine rehearses in the White Church. This fall, Deerfield’s theater program will be putting on a production of the romantic comedy Almost, Maine by John Cariani. Set in a mythical town in northern Maine, the play is an ensemble piece that features a group of people and how ...

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A Summer at The Island School is No Vacation

At the Island School in the Bahamas: Catherine Fleming '15, Ken park '15, Juliette Lee '14 Located on the southern tip of the island of Eleuthera in the Bahamas, The Island School has recently become a popular semester program for Deerfield students. Founded in 1998, the school set ...

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Welcome, New Faculty!

  Left to right (top): Peter Hynds, Marjorie Young, Jael Hernandez-Vasquez, Mark Spencer, Jamie Bucci, Charlotte Patriquin, Drew Philie, Jaime Correa, Left to right (bottom): Nicholas Hall, Asvelt Nduwumwami, Lauren Brozovich, Caroline Stedman, Anna Steim, Neil Jacobs, Haley O'Neil, Not ...

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Rory Cowan ’71 to speak at Commencement

Rory Cowan ’71 will address the Class of 2013 as Commencement speaker.   Mr. Cowan is currently the Chairman and CEO of Lionbridge, a company he founded in 1996. Following the modern technological trends, Lionbridge’s innovative business models have redefined the nature of “cloudbased” ...

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Klink Sees Disconnect in Connect4

The greatest threats to cultural diversity on campus are required bonding programs, specifically Connect4. These meetings restrict free time and fail to promote deep, vested relationships. Rather than organically learning about a peer, students are forced to bond under artificial circumstances. ...

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The Timelessness of Books

“To be or not to be?” or “I think therefore I am,” or “The unexamined life is not worth living.”  Educational technology cannot help us as we face these three existential conundrums.  Everyone must respond to them alone.  Once one articulates a position, she might turn to educational ...

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New Student Council Leaders Elected

For the 2013-2014 academic year Tripp Kaelin ‘14 will follow Cleo Siderides ‘13  as student body president, and Maggie Shilling ‘14 will succeed Teddy Romeyn’s ‘13 place as the student council ...

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Music Department Changes Their Tune For Next Year

To be in one of the two Deerfield a cappella groups, there are several requirements beyond just the music . With other commitments and time constraints, the chorus requirements seem to provide a roadblock for some, while others believe that the requirements demonstrate the musician’s eligibility ...

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Ultimately Fun

Mr. Nilsson confers with his team during a game. The present Deerfield squad is dedicated and talented. Although “we graduated some terrific talent last year,” Mr. Nilsson said, “we have some strong players coming through the ranks, including a large group of juniors who have developed strong ...

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