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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...

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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...

Outstanding Senior Leaders: Getting to Know Carolina Warneryd ‘19
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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...

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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...

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Some Things Really Do Last Forever

We’ve all been subjects of the same speech: the one that highlights the eternal existence of social media posts. We’ve been told to think before we post something or hit send, because there is no such thing as a real “trash” on the internet. While this may be true and worthy of our attention, recent...

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What SLS Students Should Take Away from the Washington Memorial Conflict

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 thousands of young people met in Washington to participate in the March for Our Lives – a movement spearheaded by Parkland students. Last...

The Parking Conundrum
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The Parking Conundrum

I was licenseless all of my sophomore and junior year, but I knew that having a license would be a senior year necessity. After all, driving to school is a rite of passage for St. Luke’s seniors, and as an SLS student for the past eight years, it’s something I’ve always looked forward to. But...

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SLS Senior by Day, Entrepreneur by Night

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to run a business? How about what it’s like to run a business while being a high school student? That’s exactly what senior Tierney Schiff is doing, and it’s nothing short of impressive. In her freshman year of high school, Tierney longed for a signature jewelry piece that...