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The H1N1 flu, more commonly known as “swine flu” and more affectionately referred to by Deerfield students as “swine ’09” managed to spread to 122 DA students within 25 days before Thanksgiving vacation…
Four years ago, I stood up for the cause and wrote proposals to the Hungarian government, planned integration projects, and pushed myself in order to acquire a good education under the strong belief that one day everything would be better…
Students were encouraged to take and submit photos from their summer to the Round Square Photo Competition.
For this academic year, another new and ambitious Thai scholar has arrived: Tana Wattanawaroon ‘10…
Mr. Nilsson taught at Deerfield from 2001-2005 before leaving to pursue a music career in New York City. Mr. Savage most recently at the School Year Abroad Program in Italy.
Facebook has more than 300 million registered users worldwide, but at Deerfield, some students still have not bought into the trend…
A monk, a boxer, and a Gossip Girl watcher — say hello to Deerfield’s new Wilson Visiting Fellow. Jaed Coffin, of half-Thai descent, shared with the Scroll tales of his colorful and unconventional past on a stroll to his house.
The good news is that Deerfield welcomed an exceptional group of new students. The bad news? There were not enough dorm rooms to accommodate them.
Sixteen students received the Workman Grant to support their own community service projects in their hometown. The Cost Award is a $2500 grant in honor of Charles Piper Cost…
Though Rebecca Melvoin joins the faculty as a history teacher, it will not be her first time living on campus. As Ms. Melvoin’s father was a teacher at Deerfield, she spent her childhood in Pocumtuck…