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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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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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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...

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39 Questions With Clara Pakman

On Thursday, members of the Eye of the Storm club took a stroll around the St. Luke’s hallways with a leader on campus: Student Council President Clara Pakman. Many may recognize her as the confident, one-of-a-kind girl who hosts Town Meeting every week, but how many people really know Clara? How many can guess her...

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10 Small Changes to Make a Big Impact on the Environment

Buy in Bulk! Buying in bulk is eco friendly for a lot of reasons. First, buying in bulk creates less waste. There is less packaging involved in bulk sized, which means less resources and energy being used. Plus, with less packaging more product can be shipped in the same amount of space, reducing carbon emissions...