DHS Media

Gorman’s Final Musical Act Marks a Time of Change and Satisfaction

February 22, 2019

Filed under Perspectives

Every year, Deerfield’s musical is one of the performances that the whole school and community comes together for. Showing March 6th through 10th, this year’s musical Crazy for You, written by Ken Ludwig, will certainly be...

Shutting the Door on Learning: On the Closing of the ARC Doors and Why It Matters

The Deerprints Editorial Board

February 22, 2019

Filed under Perspectives

If the past few months have proven anything at all, it’s that DHS students have a tendency to get very, very defensive about the things we believe in. And while yes, in this case, the cause we’ve all rallied behind isn’t...

New Higher-End Restaurants Come to Deerfield

Jessica Apple, Staff Reporter

February 22, 2019

Filed under Perspectives

As Deerfield residents become increasingly more interested in higher-end food, new restaurants in Deerfield are reflecting this trend. Two restaurants that have opened recently are Taco Vida—a Mexican restaurant featuring delicious,...

New Finals Schedule: Worth It?

Maeve Butler, Managing Editor

February 22, 2019

Filed under Perspectives

As a freshman, I was always a little skeptical about having finals after winter break. It seemed illogical to me—I thought having that awkward break during the last few weeks of the semester right before a cumulative test would...

Point-blank miss: Why aren’t Chicago-based universities always contenders in March?

Uri Uziel, Managing Editor

May 21, 2018

Filed under Columns, Feature, Perspectives, Sports, Uncategorized

Before every game for the Loyola Ramblers men’s basketball team, Sister Jean leads the players in prayers. She also provides the guys with scouting reports. And on top of having a sweet 98-year-old (who knows more about your...

CTRL+ALT+DEL: The death of net neutrality and why you should care

Galina Bouyer, Staff Reporter

March 2, 2018

Filed under Perspectives

It’s easy to take the internet for granted in today’s world. Our WiFi connections are essential to school, work, entertainment—the list goes on and on. There are so many aspects of our lives that are made easier by our ability...

How we deal with Hollywood’s latest Frankensteins

Shelby Miller, Contributing Writer

December 14, 2017

Filed under Perspectives, Uncategorized

In the last several weeks over fifty actresses and actors have accused Harvey Weinstein, a prominent American film producer, of several acts of rape, sexual assault, and unwarranted advances on women, many of whom he was working...

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