A Project for Better Journalism chapter


Fortnite Battle Royale on the rise

May 2, 2018 8:28am | Eben Bragg

Fortnite Battle Royale is a survival video game in which players build structures and collect weapons to eliminate other opponents. There is a limit of 100 players per game who all battle each other, either alone or in 2- or 4-people teams. There can only […]

Winter reprieve

January 16, 2018 10:12am | Madison Crawford

Science teacher Jason Petzold enjoys the balmy 32-degree temperature while serving his outside rover duty last Wednesday morning, Jan. 10. Petzold is outside every Wednesday and Friday morning during Period 2 to make sure students are not going off campus when they should be staying in […]

Sunday at the Deerfield Fair

October 24, 2017 7:28pm | Matthew O'Brien

The 141st Deerfield Fair ran from Thursday, Sept. 28, through Sunday, Oct. 1, 2017. New England’s oldest “Family Fair,” as it is called by those who run the fair, draws more than 100,000 people each year to exhibitions, contests, vendors and amusement rides. From the […]

Inside Deerfield Fair’s best apple crisp stand

October 23, 2017 8:26am | Madison Crawford

On Thursday, September 28, the Deerfield Fair opened its gates for the weekend and the first of thousands of visitors began arriving to see exhibits and view competitions. They also came to eat, and vendors like Joshua Whatmough, who owns the Deerview Orchards apple crisp […]


June 9, 2017 1:29pm | Rebecca Malloy

Students in AP Psychology classes celebrated Concord High’s annual “Psych Fair” Wednesday, June 7, with experiments and presentations during Period 6. Topics included sensation, perception, conformity, obedience, learning, memory, stereotyping, personality and more. “A high level of conformity was shown in various experiments, which was a very […]

Alone and together

April 11, 2017 11:39am | Lindsay Irwin

Feet are the most underappreciated part of the human body. When you think about it, our feet are what move us to be with our loved ones, pursue our ambitions, make it to job interviews; they are what keep the human race moving forward. At […]

Local scouts active year-round

April 3, 2017 8:01am | Tyler Reese

Though many New Hampshire residents are desperate for an end to snow, some local Boy Scouts feel a little less antsy: they’ve been hiking year-round, in all kinds of weather. Nine scouts from Deerfield Troop 138 , in fact, went for an icy two-mile hike at […]

Students embrace art

April 1, 2017 2:47pm | Greta Puc

“I’m using the hair dryer to dry the film faster,” explains Danielle Drewes, a student in Shannon Riley-Martin’s Photography 2 class. Drewes didn’t want to have to wait to finish developing her film in the darkroom as she finished work on a recent assignment that had students […]

Reading out the clock

January 8, 2017 7:25am | Conor Kilgore

Senior Morgan Martin reads in front of her Commons D locker just before the start of winter break. Like many of her fellow students, Morgan is wearing an ugly Christmas sweater, which has become a staple of the American holiday season in recent years. An organization partnered […]

Earning their way

November 15, 2016 9:03am | Emilee Mills

Concord High School freshman Nour Salif stocks shelves at the Ft. Eddy Road Market Basket on a recent Saturday afternoon. Salif may not love every minute of his job, in part because he doesn’t like wearing a uniform, but it has taught him “how to […]