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Preview: Into the Woods

Preview: Into the Woods

If you want to take a break from studying for March exams or staring blankly at quizzes you took in October, you are in luck. A group of talented actors…

Empty Campaign Promises Exposed by the First 24 Hours

Empty Campaign Promises Exposed by the First 24 Hours

A consistent trend of the often polarizing and tumultuous American elections is the presence of grand proposals. Political campaigns are won by the scale of the changes politicians propose; however,…

Music Streaming Showdown: Spotify v. Apple Music

Music Streaming Showdown: Spotify v. Apple Music

Apple Music and Spotify are the two premier music streaming softwares today, with each having its own merits. Here are my thoughts about the two services, and which is the…

Sentinel Tries to Be Productive: Part 3

Sentinel Tries to Be Productive: Part 3

Habitica   Habitica is a habit tracking app that used motivation through a point system to encourage positive habits. Colette’s thoughts:   Accessibility:  7 out of 10 The app sends…

SLS Bathrooms…Ranked!

SLS Bathrooms…Ranked!

Convenience 1st Place: Cafeteria 2nd Place: Lobby 3rd Place: Middle School Locker Room 4th Place: 6th Grade 5th Place: Science Wing 6th Place: 5th Grade   Cleanliness 1st Place: Science…

88th Academy Award Predictions: Who Will Win?

88th Academy Award Predictions: Who Will Win?

This year’s Oscars is essentially the year of “I guess…”. In a sea of relatively mediocre performances and controversy surrounding #OscarsSoWhite, who can win, and who actually deserves to? Best Picture:…

Top 10: Things To Do if You’re Lonely on Valentine’s Day

Top 10: Things To Do if You’re Lonely on Valentine’s Day

For those of you who have not yet found a special someone to spend Valentine’s Day with, the Sentinel staff put our heads together to come up with ten creative ways to…

Hail, Caesar!

Hail, Caesar!

Misadvertising strikes again to claim the life of yet another movie, this time the Coen brothers’ latest feature, Hail, Caesar!. To be honest, the ads gave me incredibly high expectations…

Zika Research and Vaccine

Zika Research and Vaccine

On February 8, 2016, President Obama asked Congress for 1.8 billion dollars to put towards Zika research and funding. Since this newsmaking outbreak, recent studies have brought new information about…

Sentinel Tries to be Productive: Part 2

Sentinel Tries to be Productive: Part 2

The Pomodoro Technique   Pomodoro is a time management technique (and app) with a balance of 25 minutes of work, to 5 minutes of rest. We put this app to…

Beyond Stranger Danger

Beyond Stranger Danger

As most juniors and seniors know, college tours quickly blend together and become indistinguishable. One of the similarities is the tour guides who claim that they’ve never felt unsafe on…

February Horoscopes

February Horoscopes

  Aries- March 21- April 19 Fake it ‘til you make it! Taurus- April 20- May 20 This month it is critical that you get organized before the March Exams.…

Surviving the Storm: A Story about Living With Lyme Disease

Surviving the Storm: A Story about Living With Lyme Disease

Around spring of her eighth grade year, Olivia and her family received the shocking news that her mother had Lyme disease. “It actually was 3 to 4 months after she…

Super Bowl 50: A Preview

Super Bowl 50: A Preview

Super Bowl 50. What fun! This weekend the Carolina Panthers take on the Denver Broncos at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California. The Panthers had a stellar year, posting a…

Sentinel Tries to be Productive: Part 1

Sentinel Tries to be Productive: Part 1

By Mary Zech and Colette Juran The Internet and technology are ever present in most modern student’s lives, whether we like it or not. Consequently, daily tasks are fraught with constant…

Review: Yoko Ono’s “The Riverbed”

Review: Yoko Ono’s “The Riverbed”

By Ripley Goodwyn  “The Riverbed,” Japanese artist Yoko Ono’s latest venture, takes viewers on a journey of mindfulness and meditation. Ono, John Lennon’s second wife, has always valued viewer interaction…

Social Justice at St.Luke’s

Social Justice at St.Luke’s

Over the weekend St. Luke’s hosted its 3rd annual Social Justice Leadership Summit, where St. Luke’s students spend most of their day learning and talking about prevalent social justice issues.…

COLETTE JURAN, Beautiful and Fantastic Sentinel Writer Wins Big

COLETTE JURAN, Beautiful and Fantastic Sentinel Writer Wins Big

Who is this girl? You may have seen her wandering the halls, perhaps from the library carrying too many textbooks. Despite her air of mystery, this girl, the esteemed and…

Superfluous Stress: Changing College Admissions

Superfluous Stress: Changing College Admissions

It seems far too obvious from my perspective.  I’m stressed and lucky to go to bed before the next day comes around.  And it’s not just me.  We appear to…