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Staff Picks 3/2: Songs of Cinema

“Lily’s Theme” – Alexandre Desplat from Harry Potter & the Deathly Hallows The song is sans lyrics, but it’s composed so beautifully that it evokes so many emotions. Every time I listen to it, the opening scene of the last Harry Potter movie plays in my head.

Candice Shelby

SHELBY SEEKS TO UNDERSTAND ADDICTION As soon as the Sentry arrived in Associate Professor of Philosophy Candice Shelby’s office, Shelby eased into her chair and talked about her recent trip to Washington D.C. where she and few students went to compete in an Ethics Bowl

ALTITUDE ADJUSTMENT: Times Change

My small mountain town is always calling my name, especially as the snow starts to melt and the spring-time sun emerges from behind Gunnison Valley’s peaks. Sunny Gunni, as the locals call it, has an allure for everyone who pays rent or pitches their tent

Exploring Rap Through Collaboration

RAP ARTISTS FETTY WAP AND MONTY KEEP TO CRAFT On Feb. 24, the weather was warm and the energy was hot as thousands of Denverites congregated at the Fillmore Auditorium to see rap artist Fetty Wap perform as a part of the Monster Energy Outbreak

Pon Pon Displays Art of Mixed Tapes

TAPE NIGHT BRINGS NOVICE ARTISTS TOGETHER When thinking of a really “hole in the wall” place, Pon Pon Bar immediately comes to mind. Listing their opening hours as “4 p.m. to ???,” the quaint bar is located in a strip of revamped warehouses on Walnut

FREE VERSE: Kate Bush Worked It

It’s mighty difficult to find a positive female role-model that passes my standards. Those standards don’t necessarily include shameless exposure of miles of cleavage, and they rarely entail any affiliation with the White House. One woman who does strike me as someone worth looking up