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A Day in the Life of Ron Holland

A Day in the Life of Ron Holland

We all see Ron Holland, in his last quarter of a long run at St. Luke’s (he’s a lifer!), bellowing down the hallways, chatting away in the radio station, and…

Students Enter to Learn, Go Forth to Exhibit Oeuvre

Students Enter to Learn, Go Forth to Exhibit Oeuvre

In order to maintain the momentum built up by World Language Week, St. Luke’s has inaugurated its first annual Visual Arts Week. To help us celebrate, talented artists Payton Cosell…

HSSSE: As Important As It Is Unpronounceable

HSSSE: As Important As It Is Unpronounceable

What do high school students love more than taking a good, lengthy, informative online survey? Nothing! In my experience, going to football games, watching endless hours of Netflix, and taking…

Global Gala in Full Swing

Global Gala in Full Swing

Poetry readings. Film showings. A cacophony of foreign languages overpowering conversations in the Commons. Welcome to World Language Week! With our Argentine and South African exchange students here to add…

Sentinel Samples World’s Best Pizza

Sentinel Samples World’s Best Pizza

If you’ve driven through town in the past couple months, you have obviously noticed the sign ostentatiously placed above Pinocchio’s Pizza, deeming the joint as the home of the “world’s…

Robert Powis’ First Annual NHL Awards Predictions

Robert Powis’ First Annual NHL Awards Predictions

Well, folks, we are three quarters of the way through the 48-game NHL season and my word, It has been an interesting season! A favorite to win the Stanley Cup,…

Boys Lacrosse Nets a Few Wins

Boys Lacrosse Nets a Few Wins

Returning from heartbreaking losses in the championship game of the FAA tournament and the NEPSAC tournament in the 2012 season, the St. Luke’s Boys Varsity lacrosse team is seeking redemption…

Lexi Kelley’s Empowering Experience

Lexi Kelley’s Empowering Experience

Out of a pool of 1,000 applicants from all over the U.S., St. Luke’s own Lexi Kelley ‘15 was one of 50 exceptional young women chosen to participate in a…

Storm’s Opening Day Dampened by Gunnery School

Storm’s Opening Day Dampened by Gunnery School

Ah, Opening Day. For baseball fans, those two words are the most beautiful in the entire English language. Opening Day creates a sense of opportunity and optimism, as every team…

Music Review: Kacey Musgraves’s “Same Trailer Different Park”

Music Review: Kacey Musgraves’s “Same Trailer Different Park”

Same Trailer Different Park, the major label debut by singer and songwriter Kacey Musgraves, is everything you could ever want or expect from a country album in 2013. It is…

Robertson and Hammerstein: St. Luke’s to Stage Original Student Play

Robertson and Hammerstein: St. Luke’s to Stage Original Student Play

“What shouldn’t you do if you’re a young playwright? Don’t bore the audience!” Those words of wisdom from playwright Tennessee Williams, while initially seeming helpful, are upon further examination quite…

Softball Ready to Play Hardball

Softball Ready to Play Hardball

After dominating last season, the St. Luke’s Girls Varsity Softball team now embarks upon a new season that promises to be even stronger than the last. In the previous year,…

The Sentinel’s Exam Survival Guide

The Sentinel’s Exam Survival Guide

It’s that time of year again: Exam Week. St. Luke’s students will lock themselves in their rooms, accompanied by Ramen noodles, two-day old pizza, Facebook mini-games, and a stack of…

Music Review: Ducktails’ “The Flower Lane”

Music Review: Ducktails’ “The Flower Lane”

Ducktails is the side project of Matt Mondanile, the guitarist from much-beloved indie rock band Real Estate. With Real Estate, Mondanile makes jangly, guitar-driven pop music. Under the Ducktails moniker,…

Alex Robertson’s NBA All-Star Weekend Awards

Alex Robertson’s NBA All-Star Weekend Awards

It’s that time of the year again, everyone. The greatest sports association in America is about to commence the greatest sporting event of the year. The World Series? Nay! The…

A Complimentary Article

A Complimentary Article

The “St. Luke’s Compliments” page on Facebook has taken the school by storm. The anonymous author has been posting, via submissions (also anonymous), incredibly kind comments about SLS students and…

Recent Assault Exposes Indian Gender Divide

Recent Assault Exposes Indian Gender Divide

Last month, on December 16, in New Delhi, India, a 23-year old student went to see a movie, “The Life of Pi,” with one of her male friends. After leaving…

Movie Review: Silver Linings Playbook

Movie Review: Silver Linings Playbook

It seems that the only romantic comedies that come out these days play out clichés that have been used time and again. Since most romantic movies’ endings often cannot avoid…

A Rebound for Boys Varsity Basketball

A Rebound for Boys Varsity Basketball

After suffering a tough loss at Brunswick on Friday, January 11th, the Storm Boys Varsity Basketball Team led by Team Captain Sean Cullinane ’14 rallied for a win against the…

Upcoming: Kurt Collins’s Visit to SLS

Upcoming: Kurt Collins’s Visit to SLS

Coming up this Wednesday, January 16th, the Center for Leadership has a treat for the student body: serial entrepreneur Kurt Collins will be visiting St. Luke’s, and is bringing with…

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