- Interview With Alex Killorn ’08
- Kennedy Fights Sexual Assault
- New Art Gallery Makes An Impact
- Letter From The Editor
- Tiemann Launches Delta Lab
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.
Twenty students from English teacher Suzanne Hannay’s senior classes travelled to New York City to see the Broadway play A View from the Bridge.
Christopher Benfey, professor at Mt. Holyoke College, has received widespread praise for his book A Summer of Hummingbirds. In this scholarly piece that revolves around multiple 19th-century figures, Benfey combines an analysis of literature, art, and cultural history.
“Phillips divides her narrative into four different parts, employing multiple perspectives of different characters to create overlap and to enrich the plot…”
Giving life to student-run activities can be a difficult task. “It’s hard because you also have to prepare for the worst,” said President of the DBSC Akilah Ffriend ’10. “You really don’t know what happens until the day of.”