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Why I am a Proud Feminist

February 5, 2020

Cierra Kitt '19, Zaire Profit '21, Lexi Watson' 20, Shamond Moore '20, Will Stamoulis '22, Sarah Bryant '20, and faculty member Leo Mahler.

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January 23, 2020

Gender Imbalance in Humanities: SLS English Classes Lack Male Students

Michael Pizzani '19

March 28, 2019

If you’re enrolled in an honors level English class at St. Luke’s, chances are you’re a girl – about an 80% chance, to be exact. While the school’s student body is nearly 50/50 in terms of the distribution of male and female students,...

What SLS Students Should Take Away from the Washington Memorial Conflict

Georgia Rosenberg '19, Editor in Chief

January 31, 2019

Recently, high school students have been dominating the news cycle. Following last year’s Parkland High School shooting, teenagers across the country banded together to resist gun violence and advocate change. Thousands upon...

Reflecting on Anthony Ray Hinton’s Powerful Visit

Georgia Rosenberg '19, Editor in Chief

January 8, 2019

He spent 30 years on death row for a crime he didn’t commit. A victim of a racially-biased and wholly unjust criminal justice system, Anthony Ray Hinton finally found freedom after receiving help and support from Bryan Stevenson,...

What High School Students Can Learn From the Kavanaugh Scandal

Georgia Rosenberg '19, Editor in Chief

October 3, 2018

Students of my generation are experiencing a time unlike any other. It seems as though each and every day, a new woman is empowered to share a story of sexual assault, harassment, or misconduct – however tragic it may be. The #...

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