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Seniors Spill: Halloween Edition

As the leaves fall and the weather gets cooler, everyone starts looking forward to Halloween. It’s all about carving pumpkins, haunted houses, and of course, getting free candy.  As October 31st rolls around, the seniors began to feel a little nostalgic about what this holiday once entailed for them.  Margaret Gregorich reminisced on dressing up...

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Newcomer Hendricks ‘22 at the Helm for Storm Volleyball

Though pounding hits and diving saves draw fans’ attention at Storm Volleyball matches, the team’s most vital player often goes unnoticed.  In volleyball, the setter controls the court and runs the team’s offense. She analyzes opposing defenses and uses that information to decide which hitter has the greatest chance of scoring – all within the...

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What Really Goes on in Blues Band?

Everyone in the St. Luke’s community looks forward to the fall’s annual Blues Band concert, but what people don’t consider are all the hours of rehearsals that take place behind the scenes. All they know is that every day after school from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m., the world language hallway is booming with music. ...

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Bounce Back Season for SLS Girls Varsity Soccer

With the fall season in full swing, the St. Luke’s Girls Varsity Soccer Team has four wins and one upsetting loss behind them.  On September 23, the soccer team traveled to Sacred Heart for a game on the opponent’s home field. Unfortunately, the St. Luke’s team walked away with their first loss of the season....

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The Turtleneck Tuesday Club

Ever since Thursday, September 19, the Turtleneck Tuesday Club has been in full affect.  According to Dylan Johnson and Andrew Lau, this movement was inspired by a past St. Luke’s student Sam Boston. On picture day last year, Sam wore a turtleneck and chain, and according to the Turtleneck Tuesday boys, “He changed the game.” ...

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SLS Parking Puzzle Solved

For as long as kids have been driving to school, the senior parking situation at St. Luke’s has always caused quite the stir. When walking through the halls, you can often hear students complaining about how early they have to arrive at school in order to secure a spot in the upper parking lot. On...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...