Seniors Spill: Prime Lunch Locations

As the school year begins, the new seniors are using their privilege to leave campus and escape Flik as much as possible. One of the most popular lunch destinations is Pine Street, the road just outside of town that is home to everyone’s favorite places. According to Sadie Vehslage, Tony’s New Canaan Special with avocado is the superior breakfast sandwich;...

Get to Know the Senior Class! Funniest Summer Memories

Although there has been a common misconception that all seniors are intimidating, this past summer the SLS class of 2020 had relatable experiences that show who we really are as a group. Through countless laughs and hilarious memories, this summer has been one to remember for St. Luke’s seniors.  Here are some of the highlights of the funniest summer memories...

Something for Everyone: New Clubs for 2019-2020

Looking for things to do during Wednesday’s club time? This year’s club fair featured many new clubs for students to join.  Does Outdoors Club, where you can talk about everything you love to do outdoors, sound intriguing? Or does the Sunrise Movement pique your interest, as you can help raise awareness for climate change in the local community? These are...

We Will Miss You, Mr. Henson!

While the long-awaited summer will finally bring warm weather and time away from school, the end of the school year will be a bittersweet moment for the community, as it marks Mr. Henson’s departure. Though Mr. Henson is leaving St. Luke’s, he will not be retiring. He will remain a teacher, but he will have a new group of students:...

Outstanding Senior Leaders: Thank You, Georgia!

Throughout the 2018-2019 school year, the Sentinel staff has worked hard to write meaningful and interesting articles. While many readers may see only the completed articles, they may not be aware of the driving force behind the Sentinel: the paper’s editor-in-chief, Georgia Rosenberg ‘19. Since being chosen editor in spring 2018, Georgia has worked tirelessly to build the Sentinel. Over...

Paying Tribute to Mr. Henson

Mr. Henson is easily one of the most beloved teachers on the Hilltop because of his warm-natured and humorous spirit. However, we will be saying a bittersweet goodbye to him this June, as he will not be returning for the 2019-2020 school year. Mr. Henson plans include spending time with his family and working for an educational program that helps...

Outstanding Senior Leaders: Getting to Know Carolina Warneryd ‘19

Outstanding Senior Leaders: Getting to Know Carolina Warneryd ‘19

She’s a STEM Scholar, a polyglot, and an athlete. Carolina Warneryd ‘19 is one of the most exceptional students at St. Luke’s and an inspiration for underclassmen. To show the St. Luke’s community what truly makes Carolina unique, the Sentinel staff decided to profile her as an outstanding senior. Outside of school, Carolina loves trying new foods and sharing them...

Meet the 2019-2020 Student Council

Meet the 2019-2020 Student Council

Note: This article was co-written by Nick Rutigliano and Elyse Kim On Monday, April 22, the Upper School convened in the Seldin Center to hear candidate speeches for next year’s Student Council. After the ballots were cast at lunchtime, four rising seniors were named executive officers for the 2019-2020 Council. The student body chose Jerry Rutigliano ‘20 as next year’s...

Upper School Play: My Big Greek Tragedy

60’s dance music for a Greek tragedy? An Oedipus who raps? On Friday, May 3, at 7 pm, and on Saturday, May 4, at 4 pm, Upper School actors will perform My Big Greek Tragedy in the Wyckoff Family Black Box. This play will capture its viewers’ attention through its comedic adaptations of widely loved classic Greek tales – The...

I believe in the need for civil political discourse. But I’m also part of the problem.

On Thursday, we had the pleasure of welcoming CT Congressman Jim Himes and CNN anchor and SLS parent Alisyn Camerota to the Hilltop. The two offered advice, opinions, and thoughts surrounding the notion of civil political discourse as they fielded questions from Head of School Mark Davis and several Upper School students. Each communicated a distinct perspective on the divisive...