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The Unspeakable Horror of ISIS

The Unspeakable Horror of ISIS

The video of Alan Henning’s beheading, released by ISIS over the weekend, spelled his name incorrectly: the video labels Mr. Henning as “Allen.” As if his execution wasn’t enough of…

No Magic in the Moonlight

No Magic in the Moonlight

Woody Allen, the eccentric writer and director, is a Hollywood legend. His most famous films, including Annie Hall, Manhattan, Midnight in Paris, and Blue Jasmine, are true hallmarks of American cinemas. His comedies, in particular, are known for their masterful blend…

On the Inside: Debate’s Inner Workings

On the Inside: Debate’s Inner Workings

At St. Luke’s, we have an awesome debate team which is led by our two captains, Eli Posner and Tom Howells, and our coaches, Mrs. Yavenditti and Dr. Bramlett. Our…

Fantasy Football: More Than Just a Game

Fantasy Football: More Than Just a Game

With the NFL season started, Fantasy football has become widely popular among students of the St Luke’s community. The Sentinel was able to talk with three St. Luke’s students to…

Chanel: Feminism in Fashion?

Chanel: Feminism in Fashion?

Working gals strut down a realistic city street in Chanel’s 2015 collection. A stunning backdrop of Paris buildings and skylight don’t exactly transport the audience, but it is definitely beautiful.…

B Kind Club to Inspire SLS Students

B Kind Club to Inspire SLS Students

Every year, there seems to be an assortment of new clubs that come and go due to lack of commitment from the leaders, and low student turnout. It is immediately…

Review: Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 2, Episodes 1 and 2

Review: Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 2, Episodes 1 and 2

Earlier this year, the finale of the first season of Golden Globe-winning comedy Brooklyn Nine-Nine left viewers uncertain of what to expect upon the show’s return in September. Most assumed…

Meet the New Student Government

Meet the New Student Government

With a new group of officials and class representatives, the student government is sure to make this year at St. Luke’s the best one yet. We have four executive officials,…

StormStyle 9/29/14-10/06/14

StormStyle 9/29/14-10/06/14

With October in full swing on the hilltop, it’s time for another edition of StormStyle! The autumn chill is certainly in the air, and several students have pulled double duty,…

Behavior Matters: NFL Suspensions

Behavior Matters: NFL Suspensions

  Integrity is what you do when nobody’s watching.   Especially when you are a role model for young players and fans of your team, your integrity should mean a…

From the Oval Locker

From the Oval Locker

Welcome all new and returning students to the 2014-2015 school year! My name is Noah Daniel, and I am way too excited. This year, it is all about the students.…

Opinion: Music Piracy in the Digital World

Opinion: Music Piracy in the Digital World

With the ease of modern media sharing sites, nearly everyone in our generation pirates. The music industry has changed exponentially in the last few decades, with the rise and fall…

Storm Style 10/2/14

Storm Style 10/2/14

  “How do I look AMAZING while doing sports?” is a common question, heard everywhere except for St. Luke’s fields. Christian Arita ’15, Jane Zech ’15, Josie Williams ’15, and…

Meet the New Faculty

Meet the New Faculty

The Sentinel tracked down our new SLS upper-school faculty to learn more about them and their hopes for the coming year at St. Luke’s. Mrs. Jochem By: Colette Juran, Staff Writer…

Storm Style 10/1/14

Storm Style 10/1/14

The beginning of October marks the start of the colder months, and with these colder months comes the entrance of fall fashion. Boots, big sweaters and scarves are all fall…

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