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letter from the editor
Dear Reader, The time has arrived when we can finally count on two hands the number of days till summer vacation. Now more than ever, it is imperative that we take a beat and reflect back on the past school year. Sometimes we find ourselves rushing in an all out sprint towards a point in the ...
Dear Reader, Some serious congratulations are in order. First to you, the brave soul who has made the choice of picking The Scroll up from the floor or following the link in your email instead of tossing it into a recycling bin or condemning it to the world of cyber trash. Foremost, however, kudos ...
Whether or not socioeconomic class is an issue, we felt that publishing the ideas of students, faculty, and staff could provoke discussion.
Editor-in-Chief Kristy Hong talks about the suggestions of negativity in the Scroll.
Editor-in-Chief Kristy Hong talks about the new changes in the Scroll.
Editor-in-Chief Kristy Hong explains the intent of the broadsheet Special Arts Issue.
Departing Editor-in-Chief Anna Gonzales reflects on the past year and gives advice to the next year’s editorial board.
Students, teachers, and alumni, young and old, have expressed interest in holding an open discussion of issues such as the relationship between money and climate change, reproductive rights, and collective bargaining.
While we are financed by the school, the administration does not exert any direct control over the articles or opinions we publish.
The Deerfield Scroll this year aims to be a tool in creating awareness, stimulating discussion, and generating action in the student body.