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Dining Hall Master and Sports Information Director Joseph Morsman ’55 and his wife Director of Alumni Relations Mimi Morsman are legends.
The time has come to say farewell to several individuals who have inspired students and fellow faculty members during their time here.
Ms. Valk and Mr. Pitcher are going on Sabbatical next year, but they will both be coaching their respective varsity sports.
When Head of School Margarita Curtis first came to Deerfield, many people asked her whether she would be afraid to live alone in the Manse. Why?
DeNunzio, with its spacious, two-story common room flanked by well-kempt corridors with charming blue trim, is home to Hunter Huebsch ’11…
Though all students receive the application for an athletic exemption every term, very few pursue the opportunity. This year, however, many students created unique alternatives to the normal co-curriculars or arts exemptions.
There’s the Buckingham Palace, the Taj Mahal, and then there is Deerfield’s own Bewkes House.
Located next to Ephraim-Williams, Sexton House has a rather mysterious story.
The Wall of Shame is a place for seniors to pin up the contents of those notorious thin envelopes and to commiserate with classmates over rejections.
Guinean dancer, singer, and drummer Sidiki Conde, who lost the use of his legs at the age of 14 from polio, enthralled students and guests on Sunday at the second Academy Event performance of the winter.