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Black History Month at St. Luke’s

Black History Month at St. Luke’s

To the current high school generation, it may be hard to believe that prior to the summer of 1964, segregation was still an institution in America, the so-called “Land of…

Charlotte Bergmann Puts the “Lead” in Lunch & Lead

Charlotte Bergmann Puts the “Lead” in Lunch & Lead

On Wednesday, February 15th, a Lunch & Lead session took place in the Center for Leadership with Teri Wagner, the Senior Vice President of Programming and Development for ABC Sports/ESPN.…

Enter To Learn, Go Forth to Bake

Enter To Learn, Go Forth to Bake

Could it be that SLS is actually breeding the future generation’s Julia Childs? The recently developed Saint Luke’s Baking Club would certainly have you think so. Established just last month…

Learning More About the STEM Diploma

Learning More About the STEM Diploma

Kyle Deviney and Sam Posner are set to walk away at graduation this year with a little something extra. Besides completing the twenty or more classes that St. Luke’s requires…

“Dead Poets’ Society” Rises Again at SLS

“Dead Poets’ Society” Rises Again at SLS

“O Captain, My Captain”, once just a phrase heard at the end of one of the most inspiring movies of the 1980s, can now be heard radiating through Mr. Bisson’s…

Ms. Nelson: Empress of eBooks, Baronesa de la Biblioteca

Ms. Nelson: Empress of eBooks, Baronesa de la Biblioteca

“Fun! Interesting! Exciting!” These are all words that SLS students use to describe the Internet, a breathtaking and mysterious instrument of joy and amusement. One might think that in the…

Facebook To Go Public

Facebook To Go Public

Facebook has evolved into one of the most influential companies in the world. It’s crazy to think that a multi-billion dollar company started in a Harvard dorm. Now, Facebook is…

What’s In A Name: Peter Buffett Visits SLS

What’s In A Name: Peter Buffett Visits SLS

Last week, St. Luke’s hosted Peter Buffett, the son of the well known investor Warren Buffett, for an afternoon of music and conversation. Buffett gave two performances, one for the…

Super Bowl XLVI Preview

Super Bowl XLVI Preview

It has happened again: my two least favorite teams playing for the NFL’s top prize, the Lombardi Trophy, in a rematch of Super Bowl XLII, one of the better games…

Colbert Regains Control of $1,000,000 Super PAC

Colbert Regains Control of $1,000,000 Super PAC

The Colbert Super PAC, formerly known as the “Definitely Not Coordinating with Colbert Super PAC”, was founded by the Comedy Central satirist, Stephen Colbert, in order to raise money to…

Grades Accidentally Revealed Early

Grades Accidentally Revealed Early

On Monday, January 30th, hopeful applicants to Vassar College in upstate New York received admissions letters. Unusually, almost all of the applicants were successfully admitted. The Vassar admissions thread on…

SLS Varsity Squash Teams Prepare for Nationals

SLS Varsity Squash Teams Prepare for Nationals

It has been a great year for the SLS varsity Squash teams who, this Friday, are headed to the to Avon Old Farms School to compete in the High-School Nationals.…

Movie Review: A Separation

Movie Review: A Separation

Keeping up with the film industry can sometimes feel like an exercise in expectations unmet. Oftentimes, our perception of a film is affected by our lofty suppositions of it, more…

A Day in the Life of an SLS Skier

A Day in the Life of an SLS Skier

The St. Luke’s Ski Team is trying to come back strong this year after losing their two senior captains, Cort LaBanca and Lily Holland. The team competes in one of…