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New Fall TV

New Fall TV

This past week, the much anticipated show Scream Queens premiered. With many high profile cast members, including Ariana Grande, Emma Roberts, and Nick Jonas, as well as being directed by…

The Price of Fast Fashion

The Price of Fast Fashion

  Fast fashion brands, such as Forever 21 and Zara, offer low quality clothing at an inexpensive price. With items like $3 tank tops, people end up buying an excess…

Book Review: “The Martian” by Andy Weir

Book Review: “The Martian” by Andy Weir

What would you do if you were 140,000,000 miles from your home? Astronaut Mark Watney faces this unthinkable dilemma in Andy Weir’s The Martian, which has risen to the top…

Legally Blonde

Legally Blonde

Come see Legally Blonde Friday February 20 at 7:00 pm or Saturday February 21 at 2:00 pm or 7:00 pm. The actors and crew have been working so hard and…

Blurring the Lines Between Ideality and Reality

Blurring the Lines Between Ideality and Reality

With Photoshop becoming more user-friendly and Photoshop skills developing, it is becoming increasingly difficult to tell the real from the fake. Advanced features such as the liquefy tool, which smoothens…

Oscar Nomination Predictions!

Oscar Nomination Predictions!

As we leave Thanksgiving dinner behind  and put the finishing touches on our wish lists, holiday season is in full swing. However, as Christmas trees go up and families fly…

Willow is the Future

Willow is the Future

At the young ages of just 14 and 16, the Smith siblings have undoubtedly been continuing their parents’ legacies as legendary, multi-talented performers.  The duo have been releasing various tracks…

An Interview with St. Luke’s Newest Star, Grace Cashman

An Interview with St. Luke’s Newest Star, Grace Cashman

Sentinel:  Is this your first show for Saint Luke’s. Grace: Yeah, and I am really excited to be participating in the theatre department at Saint Luke’s. In fact, I actually…

One Direction Does it Again

One Direction Does it Again

One Direction’s highly anticipated album, Four, has finally come out and topped iTunes charts in over 67 countries, and also launched to number one on the Billboard 200 charts. This…

Interstellar: An Epic, Beautiful Film

Interstellar: An Epic, Beautiful Film

Christopher Nolan’s latest science fiction drama epic is just that – it’s epic. Its runtime is a lengthy two hours and forty-nine minutes, it traverses galaxies, wormholes, and blackholes, and…

“Wait… what?!”: A Review of Gone Girl

“Wait… what?!”: A Review of Gone Girl

After watching Gone Girl, the film adaption of Gillian Flynn’s novel, you will be left in sheer confusion, wondering what-on-earth you have just seen. The movie examines the bizarre and…

Hilltop Photo-Op: Porter-aits With the Sentinel Staff

Hilltop Photo-Op: Porter-aits With the Sentinel Staff

Today the Sentinel staff collaborated on a series of artwork on the glass walls of the Global Classroom. Here are our Porter-aits, portraits of our very own Porter Bowman/Bro-man. —Bailey…

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…

Flying Lotus:” You’re Dead” Review

Flying Lotus:” You’re Dead” Review

Flying Lotus, the experimental, multi-faceted producer, recently released his bold new album, You’re Dead! Assigning a genre to Flying Lotus is a task that is almost impossible. Combining instrumental electronic…

New TV Shows Review

New TV Shows Review

The Sentinel staff has been very busy this fall- spending time in front of the television. Here are our opinions on what to watch this season, and what to avoid:  …

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…

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.…

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…

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…

New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015

New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015

As of September 8th, arguably the biggest fashion event in America began in New York City: the Spring 2015 Ready-to-Wear Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week. From street-style to looks straight off the…