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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…

Hot on the Hilltop: Neko Atsume

Hot on the Hilltop: Neko Atsume

Do you want all the love of a yard full of cats, but with none of the responsibility? The Japanese app, Neko Atsume, might be for you! This kitty-collector is…

Letter to the Editor: on “Useless Competition at SLS”

Letter to the Editor: on “Useless Competition at SLS”

To the Editor of The Sentinel, I would like to address my concern over your May 27, 2015 article “Useless Competition at SLS.” I will respond to your proposal to…

SLS Girls Crack the Code

SLS Girls Crack the Code

This winter, the Girls Coding Club made its debut at SLS as an after school activity. Emma Tregellas ’17 started the club this year based on the national organization Girls…

Connecticut’s Budget Issues

Connecticut’s Budget Issues

I am not much of an economist, but when I found out that General Electric (GE) was moving to Boston, I knew that this would affect the economy in Connecticut, the…

Hackathon Reflection

Hackathon Reflection

As a classics nerd, my favorite account of discovery would have to be the birth of the word Eureka. For those who are unfamiliar with its origin, the word is…

Cabaret Night

Cabaret Night

On Saturday Evening, the St. Luke’s Drama Club introduced a new tradition. Cabaret Night was a gathering of Alumni that were involved in theater productions at St. Luke’s, where the…

January Horoscopes

January Horoscopes

  Aries- March 21- April 19 Beware of ink poisoning this month! Taurus- April 20- May 20 When the going gets tough the tough get going! Gemini- May 21- June…

Random Kid of the Month: Jack Brooks

Random Kid of the Month: Jack Brooks

The Sentinel sat down with junior Jack Brooks to gain some insight on what it’s like to experience the extraordinary life of Jack Brooks. Sentinel: What’s a fun fact about…

Meet the New Assistant Squash Coach: Mac Pivirotto

Meet the New Assistant Squash Coach: Mac Pivirotto

This year, the SLS squash team welcomes the newest addition to its coaching staff. We interviewed the new assistant coach, Mac Pivirotto ‘11. He gave some insight on how the…

A Team To Watch: Girls Varsity Basketball

A Team To Watch: Girls Varsity Basketball

After last year’s action packed season, Girls Varsity Basketball is working hard to keep the momentum going. This year’s captains Kit Hamill, a four-time varsity basketball player, and Sydney Lowery,…

Storm Boys’ Basketball: Midseason Report

Storm Boys’ Basketball: Midseason Report

What can I say?  We’re a powerhouse.  The SLS varsity basketball team has been storming through the FAA so far.  The team is 6-1 overall going into their next game…

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