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Next time you walk into a drugstore or pass a newsstand, pick up a current issue of Seventeen magazine and flip to page 50. There you will find a familiar face promoting the latest trends. I sat down with Daisy Dolan ’11 to discuss her role on Seventeen’s style council.
A monk, a boxer, and a Gossip Girl watcher — say hello to Deerfield’s new Wilson Visiting Fellow. Jaed Coffin, of half-Thai descent, shared with the Scroll tales of his colorful and unconventional past on a stroll to his house.
Fall in the Pioneer Valley represents a lively time for the arts. From October 10th through 12th, Paradise City Arts and Crafts Festival, located at the Three County Fairgrounds in Northampton, MA, is flooded with people from all over the valley who have come to buy (or just to admire) the stunning artwork.
Through multi-week programs, Deerfield artists practiced their talents, learned from respected professionals, and left with new-found inspirations and motives which they have brought back with them to school.
For three weeks in July, Jen Mulrow ’10 attended a photography program offered in Paris by the Parsons The New School of Design in New York City…
Lauded by the New York Times for its “impeccable precision in…pitch and coordination” and by the Los Angeles Times as “a sterling example of first-rate jazz music-making,” the Turtle Island Quartet, with special guest Mike Marshall, will perform in mid-November at an Academy Event.
Somewhere between classic cookbooks from the fifties and thick volumes of Irish folklore lies the perfect book—as long as you can find it. This is the challenge of the used book shop…
If you find yourself tiring of applying aloe vera to your blistered skin or scraping the sand out from between your toes, take a break to indulge in a little summer love. Upgrade your status from beach bum to cultured traveler with these two classic love stories…
Ceramics will not be part of the Deerfield Arts Department curriculum next year. The current economy and scheduling issues are the two main factors to blame in the cutting of the ceramics classes.
Kayla Corcoran ’10 takes a look at Indian author Aravind Adiga’s recent novel The White Tiger, winner of the 2008 Man Booker Prize.