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Hypochondria in the Internet Age

Hypochondria in the Internet Age

The Internet’s changes to society have affected almost every industry, for better or for worse. Having access to such topics as currents events to instructions on how to do almost…

SDLC: A Community Centered on Leadership, Identity, and Equality

SDLC: A Community Centered on Leadership, Identity, and Equality

Social identity is a much more complicated concept than it may seem. This subset of one’s identity is comprised of a variety of impactful social identifiers including socioeconomic status, level of…

A Telescope of Astronomic Proportions

A Telescope of Astronomic Proportions

There seem to be as many inconceivable statistics attempting to depict the universe’s enormity on an understandable scale as there are stars in the sky. An example of these well-intentioned…

Stressed, Depressed, and College Obsessed

Stressed, Depressed, and College Obsessed

In recent years, the adolescent population has been infected by a pandemic: stress. The fact of the matter is that stress is an unavoidable part of life. Small amounts of…

The American Nightmare

The American Nightmare

It’s not a secret that American society has a deep fascination, borderline obsession, with secrets. If “we the people” weren’t so engrossed with the idea of illicit knowledge, then companies…

An Ode to Oscar

An Ode to Oscar

In a cultural era where the high fashion industry became dangerously fixated on the excess of pseudo-artistic novelty and shock value, Oscar de la Renta took on the bold undertaking of…

The Search for Earth’s Twin

The Search for Earth’s Twin

In the hyper-connected world of today, it can be difficult to imagine exactly how disconnected from each other humans used to be. Most ancient societies had such little communication that…

Power to the People: Climate Marchers

Power to the People: Climate Marchers

Earlier this week people from across 150 countries convened in their respective cities to march in unison for the reversal of crimes committed against the earth. Although it may appear…

Meet the New Teachers: Mr. Lundquist

Meet the New Teachers: Mr. Lundquist

As society harnesses innovative technological advances and faces challenges to our ingenuity as a species, we strive even greater to aspire to ideals espoused in the Classics, such as the…

Meet the New Teachers: Mr. Wieland

Meet the New Teachers: Mr. Wieland

From the expansive vistas of Colorado to the teeming and cosmopolitan cities of Asia and Europe, Craig “Ty” Wieland, St. Luke’s newest fifth grade teacher, has journeyed through many exotic…

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