Joel Bach ’87: “Years of Living Dangerously”
Don’t miss season 2 of the Emmy-winning series, “Years of Living Dangerously” created and produced by Deerfield alumnus, Joel Bach. The non-fiction program tells the story of the devastating effects of climate change from across the planet. Bach states on National Geographic’s website: “We’re not debating climate change in this...
Roger Black ’66: “The Master of Creative Magazine Design”
In a recent interview with Roger Black ’66 in Mr. Magazine journalist Samnir Husni writes: “To call Roger Black a pioneer of magazine design seems an understatement; he’s a master. From Rolling Stone to Newsweek, and many great titles in between, he has left some decisive fingerprints on publications,...
Listen to Me, by Hannah Pittard ’97
The NY Times has just published a review of the a new novel by Hannah Pittard ’97. Check out the review at nytimes.com — and look in your Spring 2016 issue of Deerfield Magazine for more!
Aaron Helfand ’01 on the History and Teaching of Architecture at Deerfield
Architect Aaron Helfand ’01 was recently published in Period Homes magazine in an article titled “Learning From Deerfield, Massachussetts’ Historic Architecture”. Helfand covers the the history and architecture of Historic Deerfield and the Deerfield Academy campus, and then examines the impact of this history on DA students and the school’s growing architecture program. “Perhaps...
Gil Roddy ’14 NCAA Division III Tennis Champion
Written by: Bob York Gil Roddy ’14, a former four-year standout for the Deerfield Academy boys tennis team, has continued his winning ways on the collegiate level. This past weekend, Roddy chipped in with a big assist as Bowdoin College captured its first NCAA Division III Men’s Tennis Championship....
Rachel Sit ’16 Named US Lacrosse Academic All-American
Congratulations to Rachel Sit, Deerfield class of 2016, who was selected as an Academic All-American from the Western Massachusetts Chapter of US Lacrosse! She is one of two recipients from Western Mass. To receive this honor, a player must be a junior or senior with a cumulative GPA of at least...
New TV Role for Peter Cambor ’97
Tune into Showtime this Sunday to see Peter Cambor as a bearded roadie in Cameron Crowe’s new series, Roadies. According the Boston Globe, “Roadies” sheds light on an overlooked occupation, and Cambor said he’s excited to be a part of the series. Read more of the article here. (Photo from...
Ben Lovejoy ’03 and the Pittsburgh Penguins Win Stanley Cup
Congratulations to Ben Lovejoy ’03 and the Pittsburgh Penguins for winning their fourth Stanley Cup on Sunday against the San Jose Sharks. The Penguins’ 3-1 win eliminated the Sharks in Game 6 of the final series. The team will celebrate in Pittsburgh tomorrow with a parade downtown. According to...