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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.
“Through the photographs of this exhibition, I invite you to meet some of the most forgotten people of the world…I offer a collective portrait of their dignity, strength, and determination in the work of eliminating poverty.” ––Gabriel Amadeus Cooney, ...
On May 15, Deerfield hosted its annual video festival, the Widdies. Megan Cai’s music video “1,2,3,4″ by the Plain White T’s won “Sweetest Video” at the festival. Click here to see other award winners and stay tuned as we upload more videos!
Summer 2009 looks to be a promising one for restless movie, music, and book fans. June, July, August, and early September will welcome several new productions from familiar faces in popular entertainment such as Judd Apatow, Quentin Tarantino, Lil’ Wayne, The Jonas Brothers, Dan Brown, and ...
This spring, Ingrid Kapteyn ’09 became one of only 12 female dancers to be accepted into The Juilliard School.
“Did you see the new Gossip Girl last night?” “Yeah, during study hall!” Conversations like this about the latest shows or movies are the norm on campus. But with limited access to TV, how do boarding students keep up with current broadcasts? The answer is attributed to the rising ...
Just in time for spring, the theatre department is preparing to put on the comedy Arsenic and Old Lace.
Book reviewer Kayla Corcoran ’09 offers a fresh perspective on a 1985 Colombian classic