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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.”
Deerfield artists took top honors at the gallery’s awards ceremony on January 29.
In the past few years, reality TV shows have shown up all over television, flooding networks like Bravo and MTV. Recently added to the reality mix is The Jersey Shore, a show featuring overly-bronzed Italian-American men and their scantily clad female counterparts, which has reached an even higher level of mass appeal than its competitors.
Despite its incredible popularity, Twilight is not universally loved. The divide between “Twihards” and “Twihaters” is great; rarely has a series of novels been so polarizing, or so eagerly debated.
Art Department Head Tim Trelease is currently being featured in an exhibit at the A-3 Gallery in Amherst, Massachusetts. His exhibit consists of eight oil paintings and one mixed media collage.
The sudden shock of the “2010” painted onto the wall with Deerfield green one night aroused many discussions as to what it could have been or what it should have been decorated with or used by.
Many believe that the Americans have been depicted as greedy and ruthless. Parallels have been drawn between the Americans’ behavior towards the Na’vi and the treatments of Native Americans in early American history.