The J. Paul Getty Museum issued a playful request on social media platforms in March challenging artists to recreate famous works of art using just three household objects.
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Suffield’s Offices of Alumni Development and College Counseling hosted the year’s final college to career virtual discussions on May 7 and May 21.
Six Suffield swimmers brought their hard work and talent to bear in support of major Division I swimming and diving programs (Notre Dame, SMU, Dartmouth, Denver, and UConn), continuing a 40-year tradition yielded by the Tiger swimming and diving program.
Suffield’s seniors participate annually in a three-part seminar that serves as a concluding aspect of the school’s Leadership Program.
A time-honored Suffield Academy tradition continued with the annual Kent-Davis Speaking Competition on May 18. The contest inaugurated Suffield’s virtual senior week and showcased excellent oratory skills.
Suffield students enrolled in Justin Pepoli’s 10th-grade US History class spent a few weeks identifying examples within American history that investigate one essential question: Under what conditions, if any, should the freedom of citizens be restricted?
Juniors enrolled in Beth Krasemann’s European Studies class gathered online for a virtual talk hosted by Alan Berkowitz on May 7. Alan is a second-generation Holocaust survivor whose father lived for many years in the forests of Belarussia.
Suffield Academy held a remote learning chapel program broadcasted world-wide on May 4. Students, alumni, and parents tuned in for a talk hosted by longtime faculty members Dave Godin and Molly Vianney.