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SLS Tackles Classic French Farce

SLS Tackles Classic French Farce

The Imaginary Invalid, the first full-length spring play the Upper School has put on in almost six years, stands alone among the multitude of past St. Lukes’ plays through its…

A Dynamic Duo: Klein and Schlinkert ’12

A Dynamic Duo: Klein and Schlinkert ’12

Those of you who attended St. Luke’s during the 2011-2012 school year will undoubtedly remember the brilliance that is the pairing of Ben Klein ’12 and Charlie Schlinkert ’12. The…

Fun With Names at SLS

Fun With Names at SLS

The Sentinel is proud to present a follow-up to its infamous doppelganger article: a complete listing of every punny name in the St. Luke’s community. — The Sentinel Staff…

Radcliffe Wows in “The Cripple of Inishmaan”

Radcliffe Wows in “The Cripple of Inishmaan”

He’s the boy who lived, the boy who ran naked with horses, and now he’s the boy with the decrepit body and a dream. Yes, it’s Daniel Radcliffe and he’s…

Evening of the Arts Just Around the Corner

Evening of the Arts Just Around the Corner

Fairfield County is no stranger to the art event. Just 35 miles as a crow flies from one of the artsiest cities around, Manhattan’s furthest suburb has been known to…

Movie Review: Divergent

Movie Review: Divergent

Before even walking into the theater, I made the assumption that Divergent was just going to be another Hunger Games wannabe. Complete with a strong female lead, the struggle of…

SLS Unveils Leadership Studies Department

SLS Unveils Leadership Studies Department

More and more in recent years, the study of leadership has been acknowledged by colleges and universities as an academic discipline. Schools like Claremont McKenna and the University of Richmond…

SLS Boys Baseball Looking to Bounce Back This Year

SLS Boys Baseball Looking to Bounce Back This Year

After a tough season last year, the St. Luke’s Varsity Baseball team looks to make a run for the FAA championship.  The boys recently headed down to sunny Florida for…

The SAT Changes Again…For the Better?

The SAT Changes Again…For the Better?

The SATs. They are a rite of passage for all high school students: a test consisting of four straight hours of reading questions about cooking, chemistry, and the Eighteenth Century,…

Throwback Thursday: A Tradition of Journalism

Throwback Thursday: A Tradition of Journalism

  THURSDAY, MARCH 27 — St. Luke’s has had a journalistic tradition since the very early days: our first student news organization (and the first St. Luke’s non-athletic activity), the St.…

StormStyle: 3/3 — 3/24

StormStyle: 3/3 — 3/24

This first week back from spring break is full of vibrant colors, despite the cold weather. Senior Seeley Fancher, wore a cobalt blue pair of corduroys with accent zippers on…

Throwback Thursday: Slaving Over a Hot Stove at SLS

Throwback Thursday: Slaving Over a Hot Stove at SLS

THURSDAY, MARCH 6 — It was once the case that Mr. Holyfield would make violators of the dress code help out in the kitchen; fifty years ago, students were able to…

StormStyle: 2/25 — 3/2

StormStyle: 2/25 — 3/2

This past week in StormStyle, two people showed exemplary style sense! First, we noticed Henry Seth, ’16, who wore bright blue pants that helpfully brought out the blue in his…

Meet the Math Department

Meet the Math Department

The Sentinel‘s World News Editor, Megan Evershed ’15, sat down with St. Luke’s beloved Math Department in order to learn more about a few the teachers who work there. Here are…

St. Luke’s in the Olympics?

St. Luke’s in the Olympics?

St. Luke’s has got one foot in the Olympic door with the help from our very own eighth grader, John Krill, who has been accepted into the water polo ODP or…

Boys’ Varsity Basketball: A Retrospective

Boys’ Varsity Basketball: A Retrospective

The Boys Varsity Basketball team’s season ended on Wednesday, but what a season it was.  The boys played exceptionally well, making it to the FAA semifinals as well as the…

Music Review: Trace Black

Music Review: Trace Black

For those of you who remember St. Luke’s alumnus Abraham Ramirez ’10, you’ll be pleasantly surprised that the former Hilltopper is now a newly-minted musical artist. The Sentinel staff discovered…

Throwback Thursday: Take Me Out to the Ball Game

Throwback Thursday: Take Me Out to the Ball Game

This picture comes from the May 1952 issue of the Sentinel. As the beginning of the basketball season inches closer, the St. Luke’s student body will be glad to hear that…

Discriminatory Legislation Vetoed in Arizona

Discriminatory Legislation Vetoed in Arizona

Yesterday, Arizona governor Jan Brewer vetoed a controversial bill that would’ve allowed business owners to refuse to serve gays by claiming that it is against their religion. The bill was…

A Shifting Crisis in Ukraine

A Shifting Crisis in Ukraine

The protests in Ukraine have been intensifying over the recent months, leaving almost one hundred people dead. The Ukrainian parliament’s recent fears have been of a potential split within the…

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