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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…

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…

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…