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Bon Iver Releases 10 New Videos

Bon Iver Releases 10 New Videos

Today, Bon Iver released the deluxe version of their June 2011 self-titled album. Jagjaguwar, the band’s record label, released brief video clips for each of the album’s ten songs including…

Model UN Club Hits the Ground Running

Model UN Club Hits the Ground Running

The St. Luke’s Model UN Club was successfully resurrected last weekend when nine students traveled to Providence, Rhode Island, to participate in the 2011 Brown Simulated United Nations (BOSUN). While…

Noises Off: Spot On

Noises Off: Spot On

Sardines anyone? How about half a dozen doors? Both you say? Well how about Noises Off? Yes this play has it all: doors and sardines. And if you could possibly…

Trouble On The Digital Horizon

Trouble On The Digital Horizon

Think about how many times a day you use the Internet. In modern society, it has become essential to education and communication. Use of the Internet may be as simple…

Girls Varsity Soccer Wins FAA Tournament

Girls Varsity Soccer Wins FAA Tournament

The St. Luke’s Girls Soccer team was able to add to its recent success by winning the FAA tournament this past weekend.  The win came against a Greenwich Academy team…

SLS Seniors Biddle and Connors Sign Letters of Intent

SLS Seniors Biddle and Connors Sign Letters of Intent

This afternoon on the hilltop our very own SLS seniors Brett Connors and Ellie Biddle officially signed documents recognizing their commitment to play Division One sports in college. Ellie plans…

A Fireside Chat with Siri

A Fireside Chat with Siri

Since the release of the film 2001: A Space Odyssey, an expectation for a sort of ‘genius’ like program has lingered for over four decades. Apple’s latest revolutionary application, Siri,…

NFL Midseason Report

NFL Midseason Report

It’s incredible how quickly we all came to accept the NFL again after the lockout this past summer.  After a crazy week of free agency, we could finally sit down…

Varsity Football: Storm v. Hackley Preview

Varsity Football: Storm v. Hackley Preview

The Varsity Football team is currently 4-1, having dominating their opponents this season by scoring a total of 188 points, while giving up a mere 81. With only two games…

Snow in October?

Snow in October?

Twitter is raging. Facebook statuses are going rogue. Yes, the notorious four letter S word has entered into our lives once again. Talk of possible snow has allegedly been heard…

Twelfth Night: A Shakespearean Delight

Twelfth Night: A Shakespearean Delight

On Thursday, Ms. Doran’s Honors Shakespeare class, Mr. Anglin’s acting class, and Ms. Goldschmidt’s English 9 class went to see William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night at the Westport Country Playhouse. For those…

Fireside Chat with Myles Gaines

Fireside Chat with Myles Gaines

Fireside Chat is a new Sentinel Recurring Segment in which we interview students by our beloved new fireplace.  Since day one of his transfer from Fairfield Prep earlier this year,…

Get To Know the 2012 Republican Candidates

Get To Know the 2012 Republican Candidates

Seeing as many of this year’s seniors will be able to vote in the 2012 election, it is important to be educated on the subject. It’s safe to assume that…

Storm Sweep Homecoming

Storm Sweep Homecoming

St. Luke’s Alumni were in for a treat this past Saturday, as they returned for one of the most successful homecomings in recent years. Not only did all of the…

Bates on the Russian Greats

Bates on the Russian Greats

Summer reading: that most excellent of programs, which allow us lucky students to read the best that literature has to offer over the summer…and so forth, and so forth. I’m…

St. Luke’s University?

St. Luke’s University?

The college process is a huge component of any St. Luke’s senior’s life, and during the colder months, the huddled masses convene on the College Counseling Office’s couches, begging for…

Opinion: Why The Center for Leadership Matters

Opinion: Why The Center for Leadership Matters

If you asked me last year what my opinion of the newly announced Center for Leadership was, my reaction more likely than not would have been negative. When announced, the…

In Photos: Homecoming

In Photos: Homecoming

-Photographs by Zach Batson…

Movie Review: Take Shelter

Movie Review: Take Shelter

One would be hard pressed to find a more quiet, intimate, or stirring drama this year than Take Shelter, a new film from writer-director Jeff Nichols. Starring the excellent Michael…

In Photos: Spirit Day

In Photos: Spirit Day

Photographs by Zach Batson …

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