- Letter From The Editor
- Novice Crew
- Intimacy At DA
- To Cheer Or To Jeer: That Is The Question
- Alumna Kayla Corcoran Returns As History Teacher
Intense, artistic, and theatrical, Camille Coppola ’10 is a well-known face in the theater department. She has been in a play ten of her twelve trimesters, and has been in Acting Tutorial class for four years…
Captivating and intelligently written, The Privileges is an enjoyable novel focusing on the culturally topical in an often funny tale…
A list of concerts and exhibits to visit over the summer, compiled by Jade Kassoff ’11
Lights come up. On one side of the stage, Othello smothers his wife, Desdemona. On the other side, Juliet wakes to find Romeo lying dead and stabs herself.
While the showcase will bring great happiness to the community and to the dancers, it is a bittersweet event for all the seniors after a long history of Deerfield dance.
The only ninth grader in the Advanced Dance Ensemble, Lena Mazel ’13 is poised and controlled, devoted and passionate.
Tim Burton is a famous and out-of-this world filmmaker, illustrator, painter, photographer and sculptor.
Most books are words, words, words, with, perhaps, an occasional illustration. When was the last time you looked at a book in which the illustrations were equally important as the words?
Willard Wigan is a micro sculptor, and his pieces are so small, they can’t be seen with the naked eye. Many of them are only three times the size of a single blood cell.
Ryan Murphy’s hit musical comedy and drama, Glee, returned to the air April 13 for its second season.