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Facial Hair Shows They Care

Facial Hair Shows They Care

It’s that time of year again! Male students and teachers alike are looking a little bit furrier. It’s Movember! Most of us know of this special time and chuckle at…

GVS Goes Out Fighting

GVS Goes Out Fighting

After finishing a tremendous FAA regular season, the Varsity Girls Soccer team confidently grasped the number one seed in the Class C NEPSAC. The tournament began on Wednesday, November 14th…

Storm Victorious in Dan Rorke Bowl

Storm Victorious in Dan Rorke Bowl

As St. Luke’s students came off the fan bus, they swarmed the bleachers in their Storm gear, hoping to see a St. Luke’s victory. There was a November chill in…

Movie Review: Skyfall

Movie Review: Skyfall

I wasn’t expecting much from Skyfall. Leaving a bad taste in my mouth like an expired salad dressing, Quantum of Solace’s syncopated rhythm simply didn’t bode well with the underlying…

Music Review: Taylor Swift’s “RED”

Music Review: Taylor Swift’s “RED”

It’s already been a couple of weeks since Taylor Swift’s latest album, RED, was released to the general public but the catchy tunes and memorable lyrics have not receded from our soothed…

The Show Must Go On: Dracula Haunts the SLS Stage

The Show Must Go On: Dracula Haunts the SLS Stage

Centuries before Edward Cullen stole the hearts (and blood) of love-struck teens worldwide, Dracula had already begun to stake his claim(pun always intended) as literature’s original sexy vampire. For centuries,…

The Sentinel’s Midseason NFL Report

The Sentinel’s Midseason NFL Report

The snow hats on the sidelines, the raw hands of the quarterback, and the constant fumbles due to snowy conditions remind us that the end of the NFL season is…

FAAs Canceled, but Storm Sports Prevail

FAAs Canceled, but Storm Sports Prevail

The winds, floods, and power outages of Hurricane Sandy put the St. Luke’s sports teams in disarray. After all, the week that school was closed due to Sandy was one…

SLS Grapples With Lost School Days

SLS Grapples With Lost School Days

On late Monday evening, students logged onto Facebook and Twitter to discover the very status updates they dreaded: school would resume on Tuesday, November 6th. Dismay engulfed social media- students…

Critter Corner: The Loneliest Animals (3/3)

Critter Corner: The Loneliest Animals (3/3)

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

Clabbor: An Inside Look into an Internet Sensation

Clabbor: An Inside Look into an Internet Sensation

Facebook, Twitter and MySpace are great sites for posting pictures, music and funny observations, but teens are often ridiculed for posting questions about political beliefs or “sensitive” topics on these…

Breaking News: Friday’s Instant-Coffee House

Breaking News: Friday’s Instant-Coffee House

In keeping with the event’s usual unembellished aesthetic, this Friday’s Coffeehouse comes without fanfare–no official sign-up sheet, no requisite Town Meeting announcement, no posters plastered all around the school. Official Co-MC…

Fireside Chat with Robert Powis ’14

Fireside Chat with Robert Powis ’14

As some of you may know, the NHL’s 2012-2013 season is in a lockout due to the failure to sign the Collective Bargaining Agreement between the players and owners. Hockey…

Critter Corner: The Loneliest Animals (2/3)

Critter Corner: The Loneliest Animals (2/3)

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

“What the Hay?”: Hay Ball Comes to SLS

“What the Hay?”: Hay Ball Comes to SLS

On October 25th, the St. Luke’s population was buzzing about a rather peculiar display down at the Art House. It turns out renowned artist Michael Shaughnessy had come to pay…

Infographic: St. Luke’s Favorite Pies

Infographic: St. Luke’s Favorite Pies

Intrepid Sentinel reporters have traversed the hallways, interviewed students, and crunched the numbers in order to find the St. Luke’s “perfect pie”. The top choice? Apple pie- but see the…

Meet the New Teachers: Mr. Lundquist

Meet the New Teachers: Mr. Lundquist

As society harnesses innovative technological advances and faces challenges to our ingenuity as a species, we strive even greater to aspire to ideals espoused in the Classics, such as the…

Behind the Scenes at WSLX

Behind the Scenes at WSLX

For those of you who don’t know, 91.9 WSLX has grown in popularity here on the Hilltop over the past few years. St. Luke’s student Ian Corbet ’14 describes the…