- Students Lie Down In Die-In
- Pro: Deerfield Dorms Get A Makeover
- Matt Morrow on Ferguson, Garner, and Race
- What’s Your Fire This Time?
- Administration Plans Athletic Facility Renovations
Caitlin Cleary has lived in five different countries. She brings us her story.
“The most frequent concerns are ITS’ apparent refusal to help students with non-school-issued computers, the all-too-common re-imaging that erases all of the student’s documents, music, and pictures, and my personal dilemma—my computer randomly shuts down and will not turn on again.”
A philosophical conversation between two students about the swine flu.
“I simply think that girls’ class dress is vague and hard to follow. So until we come up with a better solution, I’m merely providing an alternative that adheres to the rules while taking the emphasis off fancy clothes during the academic day…”
“Once, as an election strategy, he announced that his party’s female candidates were the most attractive. He was recently divorced by his wife because she was tired of claims that the 72-year-old prime minister was having “affairs” with 18-year-old girls.”
The current law stipulates that politicians cannot be charged while holding office, and in the case of a charge after office, the only court that can hold the hearing is the Tribunal Supremo, the equivalent of the Supreme Court.
“I have noticed that, at Deerfield, religious freedom has produced a tendency towards religious disregard”
Parietals. Hopefully we now have your attention. At the beginning of the school year, the members of Student Council met to discuss the most pressing student issues. The topic of parietals arose and as we continued to explore the topic, it became clear changes had to be made. Here at Deerfield, we ...
I know failure is a difficult topic to discuss with all of you as you got into the most selective school in the country and therefore probably have rarely encountered failure, but this year, I challenge you to be fearless and fail spectacularly…I challenge you to be rejected.
Amanda Bennett ’10 shares some of her experiences at the School Year Abroad program in Zaragoza, Spain. “But rather than colonial architecture and the Memorial lobby, my walk today consists of a dance troupe twirling to music…”