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Critter Corner: The Loneliest Animals (1/3)

Critter Corner: The Loneliest Animals (1/3)

[Opening this year’s Critter Corner is a series by Ian Corbet, “The Loneliest Animals in the World”. Below is part one of three.] Full Disclosure: Though this article is in…

Movie Review: “Sinister”

Movie Review: “Sinister”

A scary suburban house, a mysterious box of murder films, a masked killer, Pretzel M&Ms: what could make for a scarier movie experience, you may ask? It was all based…

“Free Books”: An Investigation

“Free Books”: An Investigation

For all of you who went into the library last week, looking for a place to study, and found that your usual seat was occupied by stacks of 1970’s mystery…

Interview with Ms. DiFabio

Interview with Ms. DiFabio

If you are one of the many athletes that can be found in the trainer’s room getting ready for games, getting taped, or icing multiple  injuries–even if you are just a student…

Makerbot Replicator Brings Designs to Life

Makerbot Replicator Brings Designs to Life

It is lunchtime, and as you cautiously make your way into the bustling Science Office, you notice a large crowd of budding engineers crowding the back table. The students stand…

Meet the New Teachers: Mr. Wieland

Meet the New Teachers: Mr. Wieland

From the expansive vistas of Colorado to the teeming and cosmopolitan cities of Asia and Europe, Craig “Ty” Wieland, St. Luke’s newest fifth grade teacher, has journeyed through many exotic…

Chávez Wins an Unprecedented Fourth Term

Chávez Wins an Unprecedented Fourth Term

On October 7th, 58 year old Hugo Rafael Chávez Frías was re-elected as President of Venezuela for the fourth time. The head of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela received…

Movie Review: “Taken 2”

Movie Review: “Taken 2”

For a brief second, I got really excited when I heard about Taken 2. The first Taken was a great movie, filled with intense action scenes and a surprising amount…

Movie Review: “Pitch Perfect”

Movie Review: “Pitch Perfect”

Every once in a while a film comes along that drastically changes the way we perceive our lives, our choices, even our very existence. Thank God I didn’t have to…