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“Souled Out” Album Sings Home

“Souled Out” Album Sings Home

It has been just one week since the drop of R&B songbird, Jhene Aiko’s, long awaited album.  Regardless Souled Out already has fans and critics raving.  A long time supporter…

SLS Tackles Classic French Farce

SLS Tackles Classic French Farce

The Imaginary Invalid, the first full-length spring play the Upper School has put on in almost six years, stands alone among the multitude of past St. Lukes’ plays through its…

A Dynamic Duo: Klein and Schlinkert ’12

A Dynamic Duo: Klein and Schlinkert ’12

Those of you who attended St. Luke’s during the 2011-2012 school year will undoubtedly remember the brilliance that is the pairing of Ben Klein ’12 and Charlie Schlinkert ’12. The…

Radcliffe Wows in “The Cripple of Inishmaan”

Radcliffe Wows in “The Cripple of Inishmaan”

He’s the boy who lived, the boy who ran naked with horses, and now he’s the boy with the decrepit body and a dream. Yes, it’s Daniel Radcliffe and he’s…

Movie Review: Divergent

Movie Review: Divergent

Before even walking into the theater, I made the assumption that Divergent was just going to be another Hunger Games wannabe. Complete with a strong female lead, the struggle of…

Music Review: Trace Black

Music Review: Trace Black

For those of you who remember St. Luke’s alumnus Abraham Ramirez ’10, you’ll be pleasantly surprised that the former Hilltopper is now a newly-minted musical artist. The Sentinel staff discovered…

Movie Review: The Monuments Men

Movie Review: The Monuments Men

The major selling points of The Monuments Men might seem like box-office gold: a World War II plot, a star-studded cast, and America’s Sweetheart himself, George Clooney. But, alas, The…

The Sentinel’s Infinite Playlist

The Sentinel’s Infinite Playlist

Can’t find the right words to express your feelings on Valentine’s Day? Look no further: the Sentinel can help you through song. 1. For the couple in a committed relationship: Rick Astley’s…

An All-Star Production

An All-Star Production

It was Superbowl Sunday, and I therefore made the drive out to Wilton to see August: Osage County. Based on the play by Tracy Letts, the movie tells the story…

New Year, New Films: Upcoming Movies in 2014

New Year, New Films: Upcoming Movies in 2014

As we begin this new year and finish off the end of the quarter, the Sentinel took a moment to look ahead to the future – the future of 2014…

A Filling Meal: ‘Catching Fire’

A Filling Meal: ‘Catching Fire’

The movie, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, the second part of the Hunger Games trilogy, has been a smashing hit in all theaters. Francis Lawrence has ingeniously directed The Hunger…

Movie Review: No Love for “Romeo & Juliet”

Movie Review: No Love for “Romeo & Juliet”

This past week, Shakespeare enthusiasts and romance lovers alike have patiently waited in lines around the world in order to see the new Carlo Carlei film adaptation of the Bard…

Vandalizing with Aerosoul: Banksy, the Mystery Man

Vandalizing with Aerosoul: Banksy, the Mystery Man

“I mean, they say you die twice. One time when you stop breathing and a second time, a bit later on, when somebody says your name for the last time.”…

Mourning Seamus Heaney

Mourning Seamus Heaney

This weekend I came across an obituary for a recently deceased poet named Seamus Heaney. I remember thinking to myself that the name sounded vaguely familiar. After looking up his…

Musical Review: Newsies

Musical Review: Newsies

As millions of New Yorkers sleepwalk through the city in search of their five o’clock Starbucks pick-me-up, the cast of Disney’s newest Broadway phenomenon is energized, excited and ready as…

GoT Money: M&M Predict who will Win the “Game of Thrones”

GoT Money: M&M Predict who will Win the “Game of Thrones”

Some games call for extraordinary athletic and physical prowess. Others require a masterful grasp of diplomacy along with constant strategic and tactical awareness. Still others entail dogged dedication, an unrivaled…

Movie Review: Spring Breakers

Movie Review: Spring Breakers

Last month, thousands of former “spring breakers” poured into theatres with the intention of reliving those special memories they had experienced in the previous weeks. Staying up late by the…

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…

TV Review: Community Season 4

TV Review: Community Season 4

On February 7th, the fourth season of NBC’s Community premiered to an audience of around four million viewers. Avid fans of the show had marked the day on their calendars…

Movie Review: Warm Bodies

Movie Review: Warm Bodies

In Warm Bodies, a movie that is guaranteed to have you question the fine line between romantic and mildly disturbing. Nicholas Hoult plays R, the zombified protagonist. R can’t remember…