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Jem Wilner ’11 worked for most of his junior year and most of his senior year, to date, to accomplish a relatively simple goal: create a recreational Ultimate Frisbee team.
In addition to honoring the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., this year’s MLK Day program examined “what we do at Deerfield as a community for diversity and multiculturalism…”
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.
Last year Ms. Curtis was approached by Hillary Hoyt ’09 and Elizabeth Schieffelin ’09, who explored the gender dynamic for an independent study project. They expressed both their concerns and their hopes for the future experiences of Deerfield students.
Taylor Clough, a freshmen diver from Westin, MA, already appears to be a strong asset to the Deerfield diving team. Clough has an unusual approach to the dive, which he learned from a Chinese Olympian.
The winter play, “Dark of the Moon,” is no Pink Floyd album, but rather a folk song turned play by William Berney in the 1940’s. Director of Theater John Reese described the play as “the Romeo & Juliet in the Smokies,” and claimed it is often considered one of the great, classic American plays.