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Superfluous Stress: Changing College Admissions

Superfluous Stress: Changing College Admissions

It seems far too obvious from my perspective.  I’m stressed and lucky to go to bed before the next day comes around.  And it’s not just me.  We appear to…

SLS Girls Crack the Code

SLS Girls Crack the Code

This winter, the Girls Coding Club made its debut at SLS as an after school activity. Emma Tregellas ’17 started the club this year based on the national organization Girls…

Connecticut’s Budget Issues

Connecticut’s Budget Issues

I am not much of an economist, but when I found out that General Electric (GE) was moving to Boston, I knew that this would affect the economy in Connecticut, the…

Hackathon Reflection

Hackathon Reflection

As a classics nerd, my favorite account of discovery would have to be the birth of the word Eureka. For those who are unfamiliar with its origin, the word is…

Cabaret Night

Cabaret Night

On Saturday Evening, the St. Luke’s Drama Club introduced a new tradition. Cabaret Night was a gathering of Alumni that were involved in theater productions at St. Luke’s, where the…

January Horoscopes

January Horoscopes

  Aries- March 21- April 19 Beware of ink poisoning this month! Taurus- April 20- May 20 When the going gets tough the tough get going! Gemini- May 21- June…

Random Kid of the Month: Jack Brooks

Random Kid of the Month: Jack Brooks

The Sentinel sat down with junior Jack Brooks to gain some insight on what it’s like to experience the extraordinary life of Jack Brooks. Sentinel: What’s a fun fact about…

Meet the New Assistant Squash Coach: Mac Pivirotto

Meet the New Assistant Squash Coach: Mac Pivirotto

This year, the SLS squash team welcomes the newest addition to its coaching staff. We interviewed the new assistant coach, Mac Pivirotto ‘11. He gave some insight on how the…

Storm Boys’ Basketball: Midseason Report

Storm Boys’ Basketball: Midseason Report

What can I say?  We’re a powerhouse.  The SLS varsity basketball team has been storming through the FAA so far.  The team is 6-1 overall going into their next game…

Mr. 1k Jay

Mr. 1k Jay

Jalen Latta, Senior captain of the Boys Varsity basketball team just hit the ultimate landmark of high school basketball, reaching 1000 points during his varsity career. Latta has played on…

Star Wars: The Force That’s Awakening the Nerd in All of Us

Star Wars: The Force That’s Awakening the Nerd in All of Us

With over sixty six million views on their newest trailer, one million subscribers on YouTube, and over fifteen million likes on their Facebook page, Disney and the LucasFilms crew are…

Random Kid of the Month: Kate Stamoulis

Random Kid of the Month: Kate Stamoulis

The Sentinel sat down with Kate Stamoulis to learn more about her for December’s edition of the Random Kid of the Month.   Q: How long have you been at…

Mockingjay Part 2 Review

Mockingjay Part 2 Review

  With a fairly underwhelming media campaign, Mockingjay failed to live up to Hunger Games fans most reasonable expectations. Even if we look at the movie simply as a film,…

Unplugged Day

Unplugged Day

Wednesday, December 9th marks the second annual SLS Unplugged day. The goal of this day is to give students and faculty an opportunity to learn and teach without technology. Students…

SLS Holiday Boutique

SLS Holiday Boutique

It’s that time of the year again, and the Holiday boutique is right around the corner. The annual non-profit boutique is a great way to find christmas presents for your…

9th Grade Cell-ebration!

9th Grade Cell-ebration!

It’s that time of the year again, and the 9th graders Cell-ebration is in full swing! Dr.Higgins science room is covered head to toe in pipe cleaners, steamers, and an…

Come See Distracted!

Come See Distracted!

The stigma surrounding mental illness is a problem that has gone largely unaddressed on the hilltop, but that will change this Friday with a production of Distracted. The play follows…

Girls Varsity Soccer FAA Success

Girls Varsity Soccer FAA Success

The St. Luke’s Girls Varsity Soccer team has been making the school proud with their impressive 13-2 record, qualifying for the Fairchester Athletic Association tournament. The FAA’s started on November…

Students Honor Ryan Adams on Veterans Day

Students Honor Ryan Adams on Veterans Day

Today St. Luke’s students honored the memory of Ryan Adams ’15 by wearing baseball caps, a staple of his wardrobe and a mannerism we all remember him by. Today, Veterans…

Meet the New Teachers: Ms Zimmerman

Meet the New Teachers: Ms Zimmerman

If you walk into Ms. Zimmerman’s classroom and find students working quietly at their desks, something is very wrong. She prefers a more interactive approach to education, and a typical…