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It Works on Wednesdays

It Works on Wednesdays

We still have the double. We still have lunch. We still have classes. We still have meeting time. We still get out of school before 3:00. So, why don’t we…

Sentinel Scramble 11/19/14

Sentinel Scramble 11/19/14

Good luck with this week’s crossword puzzle! The answers to last week have been posted: http://blogs.stlukesct.org/sentinel/2014/11/12/sentinel-scramble-111214/                   —Colette Juran, Staff Writer…

The Case for Driverless Cars

The Case for Driverless Cars

Driverless cars are coming. There are many technological and legal advances that need to be made, but the general consensus is clear: the use of self driving cars is inevitable. Google…

“Wait… what?!”: A Review of Gone Girl

“Wait… what?!”: A Review of Gone Girl

After watching Gone Girl, the film adaption of Gillian Flynn’s novel, you will be left in sheer confusion, wondering what-on-earth you have just seen. The movie examines the bizarre and…

Hilltop Photo-Op: Porter-aits With the Sentinel Staff

Hilltop Photo-Op: Porter-aits With the Sentinel Staff

Today the Sentinel staff collaborated on a series of artwork on the glass walls of the Global Classroom. Here are our Porter-aits, portraits of our very own Porter Bowman/Bro-man. —Bailey…

Stressed, Depressed, and College Obsessed

Stressed, Depressed, and College Obsessed

In recent years, the adolescent population has been infected by a pandemic: stress. The fact of the matter is that stress is an unavoidable part of life. Small amounts of…

Sentinel Scramble 11/12/14

Sentinel Scramble 11/12/14

Good luck with this week’s crossword puzzle! The answers to last week have been posted: http://blogs.stlukesct.org/sentinel/2014/11/05/sentinel-scramble-11514   —Monika Gabriele, Editor-in-Chief  …

Unlocking Communicative Voices: CSPA Trip

Unlocking Communicative Voices: CSPA Trip

On Monday, November 3, the staffs of the Sentinel, the Pendulum, and the Caduceus traveled to the prestigious Columbia University in New York City to attend the Columbia Scholastic Press…

The Double is Trouble

The Double is Trouble

“Double Double Toil and Trouble!” is spoken by Elizabethan witches in Macbeth, but it also has been spoken by today’s students! The double period in a typical St. Luke’s high…

The Storm in the Spotlight

The Storm in the Spotlight

As we enter the second quarter of the 2014-2015 year, it’s easy to mourn the absence of countless coach’s whistles, cheering crowds, and the ripe ol’ smell of men’s deodorant…

Double-Edged Advertising

Double-Edged Advertising

Anyone who has ever taken a standardized test understands the weight behind the saying “don’t check the box!” No, it’s not that you’re signing away your freedom or first born…

Trivial Pursuit: Quiz Bowl’s Success

Trivial Pursuit: Quiz Bowl’s Success

On Saturday, November 1, the St Luke’s Quiz Bowl Team participated in their first tournament in New York City. Seven St Luke’s members competed in the event and together they…

New Hints about the Origin of Life

New Hints about the Origin of Life

Far away in the depths of space, more than 25,000 light-years removed from Earth, there is a cloud of dust and gas known as Sagittarius B2. Clouds of this sort are known…

Storm to Battle Vikings this Friday

Storm to Battle Vikings this Friday

In what many are calling the biggest game of the season, the St. Luke’s Varsity Football team will face off against the King School this Friday, November 7, at 2…

Sentinel Scramble 11/5/14

Sentinel Scramble 11/5/14

This Wednesday, November 5th marks the beginning of our weekly Sentinel Scramble crossword puzzles. Answers will be posted with a new puzzle next Wednesday. —Mary Zech, Just 4 Fun Editor…

Ebola in the US: Hysteria and Hyperbole

Ebola in the US: Hysteria and Hyperbole

This is a scary world we live in. There is plenty to be worried about, from the our economic future to the NSA spying on us. But Ebola, in the…