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SLS’ Global Citizens Save the World at International Model UN Conference

SLS’ Global Citizens Save the World at International Model UN Conference

Earlier this month a few determined, globally-minded SLS students got the chance to experience diplomacy on an international level at the annual Global Classrooms International Model UN Conference in New…

Looking Forward: The Unveiling of the designLab

Looking Forward: The Unveiling of the designLab

As the 2014-2015 School Year draws to a close and students happily welcome summer with open arms, the Science Department is preparing for a large change as its Department Chair…

Useless Competition at SLS

Useless Competition at SLS

St. Luke’s is going through an identity crisis. As the acceptance rate drops and the pressure placed on students rises, we need to ask ourselves what kind of school we…

Hilltop Photo-Op: Thespian Awards!

Hilltop Photo-Op: Thespian Awards!

Today (Tuesday, May 19) was the Thespian Awards Ceremony, a celebration of SLS’ greatest both in front of and behind the spotlight. Here are middle schooler Ashley Kelley and senior Malcolm Joung…

It’s a Princess!

It’s a Princess!

“Princess Charlotte Meets the Queen!” may sound like the title of a children’s book containing magical tales of dragons and mermaids, but it is actually a recent headline of the…

Foreign Freaky Foods: Kawa Ni

Foreign Freaky Foods: Kawa Ni

Foreign Freaky Foods: Kawa Ni By: Addi MacKenzie and Becca Leonard A.M: The dimmed lighting and mod decor set the mood of the Japanese influenced American style restaurant. Kawa Ni,…

The Horror in Nepal: What Can You Do?

The Horror in Nepal: What Can You Do?

On April 25, a devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake shocked Kathmandu, Nepal, leaving approximately 4,400 people dead, 8,000 people injured, and over 1.4 million in need of food assistance. The quakes…