IT 2010 Updates
PUBLIC PRINTING Public printing is available in the following locations: Koch Center : ITS Help Desk ** and Louis Café Library ** Arms 1st Floor Kendall : Language Lab Main School Building : Switchboard (basement) and 3rd Floor ** NEW multi-function devices (MFDs) have been installed in the library...
Robert Jensen to Speak
Professor, writer, and activist Robert Jensen (photo by Christina Murrey) Author, activist, and professor Robert Jensen will speak in the Garonzik Auditorium tonight, directly following sit-down dinner. Mr. Jensen is a professor of journalism at the University of Texas at Austin, where he teaches media law, ethics, and politics,...
Round Square Photo Competition
The deadline for entries in the third annual Round Square Photo Competition is September 30th. The Photo Competition is one of the many ways Round Square seeks to broaden horizons and showcase a variety of experiences, locations, and stories. Photos–which can range from an exotic location that you have...
King Abdullah ’80 on the Daily Show
On Thursday, September 23rd, King Abdullah of Jordan appeared on the Daily Show with Jon Stewart to discuss the Israeli-Palestinian peace talks and Jordan and America’s roles in the Middle East. He expressed his hope that Christians, Jews and Muslims will some day run Jerusalem as a symbol of...
Driver’s Ed Mandatory Class
Mandatory class will be held this Sunday, Sept. 26, for any student interested.
Saturday morning ballet classes start Sat., Sept. 18
Lower Level, Saturday, 9:30-11:00AM, Main Studio Upper Level, Saturday, 11:00-12:30AM, Main Studio Carrie Towle is offering a series of ballet classes this term for dancers of all experience levels beginning Saturday, September 18th. These classes are open to the entire Deerfield community, and everyone is welcome to participate. Please...
WGBY History Detectives Filming
The Deerfield Academy community is invited to the filming of WGBY History Detectives on Sunday, September 26, from 5-6PM in the Large Auditorium, Memorial Building. On site will be UPenn professor and History Detectives host Tukufu Zuberi.
Bigs and Littles, Captured on Video
The Big Brothers Big Sisters program is celebrating its 30th year at Deerfield Academy this year. The anniversary was commemorated with a video made by the members of Mr. Trelease’s Spring 2010 videography class. The program, founded by William A. Sandri Class of 64, now has over 100 participants...
The Deerfield Academy online store has received an overhaul! Check out Hitchcock House’s new web presence at store.deerfield.edu, where you will find everything from sweatshirts and ties to bags and umbrellas–all designed to ignite your school spirit! Remember to check back often, because new items are being added throughout...
Deerfield Magazine Fall 2010
The Fall 2010 Deerfield Magazine features stories about Amie Creagh’s study on Faculty kids, the miracles performed by the Physical Plant, and the trees that make up our community. A PDF version of the Fall 2010 Deerfield Magazine is available for download. Magazine Features: In Working Order: After students and faculty...