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What can you discover about six members of the Deerfield community from their shoes?
Hadley Newton ’12 offers us a review of a new pizza place in Greenfield, called Magpie Woodfired Pizzeria.
Deerfield extends a warm welcome to thirteen new faculty for the 2010-2011 year.
Gus Wellin ’11 and Colten McCormick ’12 head the gluten-free club, which is dedicated to raising awareness and providing support for students who face the challenges of eating a completely gluten-free diet.
Victors Elizabeth Eastman ’13 and Maggie Morse ’13 have created their own paradise. Formerly a faculty apartment, Poc 222 was converted into a triple last year.
This fall, while Deerfield seniors begin their final year of high school and fill out their college applications, Leanne Conway ’11 will do the exact same thing-only at King’s Academy in Jordan…
While many students choose to spend their summers as interns, camp counselors, or part-time workers, Courtney Murray ’11 and Danielle Dalton ’12 are giving back in different ways by developing their own not-for-profit charities.
Dining Hall Master and Sports Information Director Joseph Morsman ’55 and his wife Director of Alumni Relations Mimi Morsman are legends.
The time has come to say farewell to several individuals who have inspired students and fellow faculty members during their time here.
Ms. Valk and Mr. Pitcher are going on Sabbatical next year, but they will both be coaching their respective varsity sports.