- Tick-Tock Goes The Deerfield Clock
- Spring Sports Preview
- Global Studies, Community Service and Sustainability Unite as One
- Deerfield’s Secret Art Scene
- Letter From The Editor
Though all students receive the application for an athletic exemption every term, very few pursue the opportunity. This year, however, many students created unique alternatives to the normal co-curriculars or arts exemptions.
There’s the Buckingham Palace, the Taj Mahal, and then there is Deerfield’s own Bewkes House.
Located next to Ephraim-Williams, Sexton House has a rather mysterious story.
The Wall of Shame is a place for seniors to pin up the contents of those notorious thin envelopes and to commiserate with classmates over rejections.
Guinean dancer, singer, and drummer Sidiki Conde, who lost the use of his legs at the age of 14 from polio, enthralled students and guests on Sunday at the second Academy Event performance of the winter.
“Paris is not actually this antiquated place that is living in the past,” said Dr. Buck, “It is subject to change as it is a modern city with modern problems. These changes can definitely be seen in the impressionist paintings of the 19th century.”
“Prepare with optimism and a willingness to serve. Understand that the decision is out of your hands. You may not get the position, but respect the decision. There are others ways to lead, if you choose. Being at Deerfield is a heck of an accomplishment in itself.”
Despite only returning to coeducation in 1989, last year Deerfield admitted more girls than boys. Secondary schools and colleges nation-wide are showing signs of gender imbalance.
“The honor code is not just something to sign; it is committing to a way of life.”
Some words from Missy Walker ’10 on her award from the National Scholastic Art and Writing Awards.