Mary Zech '17, Arts Editor
Top 10 Things at SLS to Brighten Your Day
1.Warm coffee and warm greetings from Flik in the mornings.
2. Sitting in the comfy chairs around the fireplace
After a chaotic couple of weeks, Thanksgiving break is finally upon us! Reflecting on what we are thankful for has allowed The Sentinel Staff to keep everything in perspective. The following
Colette Juran, Editor in Chief '17
In high school, students frequently are told to practice self-care by well meaning teachers, counselors, and other adults. Although the term "self-care" is evocative
Lily Williams '17, World News Editor
Here is Sentinel's November Playlist. Hopefully, these chill songs will assuage you during the hectic month to come.
Charles Hobbs '17, Staff Writer
In the twenty-first century, Halloween typically means a parade of groan-inducing, unoriginal costumes. Girls have little option but to be scantily clad, and guys are on the
Millennials are too often branded as lazy and apathetic towards important issues affecting our world. One example disproving this stereotype is a recent trend that is sweeping the younger generations:
Charlie Hobbs '17, Staff Writer
[caption id="attachment_9350" align="alignnone" width="768"] A personal favorite of this spirit week, sisters Gabby, '17, and Jewels, '19, were adorable in matching PJ rompers. Bonus points for
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Take this quiz to find out which Sentinel editor you are most like!
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Georgia Rosenberg, Lynden Steele, Emma Tarleton '19, Staff Writers
This short story, told by seventh and eighth grade English teacher, Mr. Henson, is the first post of the new Sentinel series