- Boston Marathon
- Sports Games on Weekdays
- Deerfield Teachers to Travel to World Cup
- When Boarding School Students Return Home
- Career Club
After attending the summer film program at Northwestern, Sofi Taylor ’13 said initiating Deerfield’s first ever student-run theater production was nothing short of a gamble.
Should Choate Day be held in the Spring?
Anna Gonzales, a recent alum, reflects on her Deerfield career and what it was like to be secretly gay.
The term “hook-up” has always had multiple connotations, and at Deerfield it is heard often about the Greer.
“In the past forty-five years, I have never seen so many kids hurt.”
There has been a significant rise in the number of AHC cases over the past three years. According to Head of Peer Tutors Julie Schloat, one possible reason for the rise may be weak enforcement of the Honor Code.
Dr. Curtis’ speech about making time to relax and reflect seems like an impossible goal.
Often, when peers find out I’m a day student, I get the response, “Really? You don’t look like a day student.” I think that sums up how the school integrates day students into the boarding community perfectly.
The Deerfield Rhapso- D’s petitioned to end their chorus requirement earlier this year, arguing the two-year chorus prerequisite and Sunday rehearsals created scheduling conflicts and undermined pace of life.
Matthew Fox, Deerfield Class of ’85 and actor best known for his role on “Lost,” will speak at school meeting and lead acting and photography classes this week.