- Letter from the Editor
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- Chinese New Year Fashion Show Stirs Reaction
- Interview with Dean Marjorie Young: Inclusivity or Division?
- Lam, Smith, Hrabchak, Smachlo Set New England Records
Molly Muller ’07, a petite, blonde 21-year-old in a grey Colby sweatshirt, sat comfortably in history teachers Joseph and Julia Lyons’s apartment in McAlister I where she was on check-in duty.
Richard Little joins Mr. Harcourt in teaching geology this year at Deerfield.
The time has come to say farewell to several individuals who have inspired students and fellow faculty members during their time here.
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.
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.
Classics teacher Peter Brush was hired by Frank Boyden 43 years ago. Now the last remaining faculty member who can make that claim, he reflected on his time at the school with vivid clarity as he considered his retirement this May.
Quico Malvehy (one year exchange: returning to Spain) George Macleod (Peace Corps, West Africa) Jesus Lopez-Diez (Milton Academy in Boston) Scottie Buron (Cottonwood Classical Preparatory School in New Mexico) Kim Libby (Writer-in-Residence at St. Alban’s in DC) Maggie Ray (teaching at ...
Gabor Temesvari began his tenure at Deerfield in the fall of 1969, but his story begins long before that, in Budapest, Hungary, where he was born. After growing up all over the world in Budapest, Bavaria, and Iowa, Mr. Temesvari studied as an undergraduate at Miami University in Ohio. Only after ...
From her office on the second floor of the Arms Building, Associate Academic Dean and Study Skills Coordinator Ann Quinn has been enriching students’ lives for 25 years. But this year marks the last of a career which she has enjoyed as she will be retiring after a respectable tenure here at ...