- CVS Turns its Back on Tobacco
- Chinese New Year Fashion Show Stirs Reaction
- Interview with Dean Marjorie Young: Inclusivity or Division?
- Lam, Smith, Hrabchak, Smachlo Set New England Records
- A View From The Wrestling Mats
Environmental Science Teacher Jeffrey Jewett has created a plan to revitalize the sustainability program.
After 23 years of service to the Academy, Dean of Admissions Patricia Gimbel will retire this spring, beginning a momentous transition in the admissions office. Ms. Pamela Safford will assume the reins as Dean of Admission and Financial Aid this spring.
Mr. Finan, Chief Financial Officer, outlines where the revenues from the tuition, endowment, gifts, and others go to.
Last year faculty prepared a report addressing nearly every aspect of academic and residential life.
The step team is forced to move to Chapin Dorm, due to the new musical.
There are little problems, even though this year’s Yearbook budget has been cut.
Deerfield felt very little of the damage spread by hurricane Sandy. But, some of the families of students were not as fortunate.
Sarah Woolf, Deerfield Class of 2012, has begun a process to help draft a portion in the employee handbook concerning student sexual identity, and how faculty should go about addressing this delicate topic.
After the recent re-accreditation process, with its focus on the need to address pace of life, the school is cutting in half the number of Deerfield Diversity Alliance (or DDA) meetings.
This resource and opportunity encircles our campus, yet only a small number of students and faculty members visit and participate in Historic Deerfield’s offerings.