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Reminder: Blue Shirt Day

Reminder: Blue Shirt Day

“NO MATTER who you are, what you look like, your sexual orientation, your beliefs, we are ALL the same, we are ALL people, NO MATTER! That means no one should…

The Greatest Competition in Golf

The Greatest Competition in Golf

The majority of students here on the Hilltop probably aren’t sure exactly what the Ryder Cup is about. I have asked several students here at St. Luke’s what they thought…

A Conversation with Brad Rathgeber

A Conversation with Brad Rathgeber

Brad Rathgeber has experience in bringing out the best characteristics of independent schools. As Director of the Online School for Girls (OSG),  which was founded in the winter of 2009, Mr. Rathgeber…

Meet the New Teachers: Dr. Warner

Meet the New Teachers: Dr. Warner

Students have embraced the arrival of Dr. Jason Warner. He may not be coaching the fencing team to glory, but his sense of humor and football analogies will certainly make…

Maker Faire: Welcome to the 22nd Century

Maker Faire: Welcome to the 22nd Century

Whether you want to see interactive robots, 3-D printers, Coke and Mentos, or life size mouse traps, the time you’ve waited for has finally come.  All these oddities, and more,…

Volleyball Spikes Hopkins!

Volleyball Spikes Hopkins!

Zoe Smock, Lauren LaBanca, and Emma Rushton may have parted from the Girls’ Varsity Volleyball team last year, but the team rebounded with a strong win Wednesday. For the first…

Meet the New Teachers: Ms. Creeden

Meet the New Teachers: Ms. Creeden

This school year St. Luke’s welcomes an English Teaching Fellow to the Middle School faculty, Ms. Emma Creeden.  Ms. Creeden, a Massachusetts native, spent her college years at Colby, earning…

Great Kick-Off for SLS Football

Great Kick-Off for SLS Football

It was a classic autumn day as the St. Luke’s Storm marched onto the field. The leaves rustled in the wind, students crammed into the bleachers dressed in Storm sweatshirts,…

Crisis in the Middle East

Crisis in the Middle East

Two days ago, on the eleventh anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the United States’ consulates in Benghazi, Libya, and Cairo, Egypt, were attacked by Muslim protestors. These attacks resulted in…

Theatre Review: “Once”

Theatre Review: “Once”

“Once” the musical most certainly deserves the eight Tony Awards it received early this year. Almost never, in Broadway history, has there been a musical that has a cast of…

Camps, College, and Community Service: Class Trips 2012

Camps, College, and Community Service: Class Trips 2012

Once those three glorious, liberating months we call vacation begin to fade away triumphantly into the realm of past summers, we as St. Luke’s Students know exactly what we are…

Meet the New Teachers: Dr. Martin

Meet the New Teachers: Dr. Martin

“Dr. Martin is the man.” These are the words of Robert Powis ’14, Sentinel contributing photographer and St. Luke’s resident Canadian. The Sentinel sat down with the newest member of the History department,…

Avoid the Back to School Blues!

Avoid the Back to School Blues!

Well, it’s that time of year again! Say goodbye to those bright golden rays of sunshine and the feeling of warm sand on bare feet. Adios to the crashing of…