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Monthly Archives: April 2016

Most Awkward Political Slogan

FEELING THE BERN? HOPE IT’S NOT A RASH Generally, if one feels a burning sensation, chances are high that something has gone wrong and medical attention ought be high on their list of priorities. And yet, many among us continue to shamelessly and loudly claim

Unhappiest Hour

FOREST ROOM CAN BE BEAT Forest Room Five has an atmosphere of kitschy wonder. Equipped with a patio and fi re pits, built in streams and bridges, the cabin-like interior and a variety of taxidermy scattered throughout, Forest Room creates an absorbing ambiance. But that’s

Worst Pot(holes)

WATCH OUT COLORADO TIRES Dear Colorado, the vote in 2014 was to legalize pot, not potholes. It seems every time Coloradans drive around Denver they are seen swerving to avoid these holes in the pavement. The drive to Auraria Campus, in Downtown Denver, and surrounding

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Worst Places to Work on Campus for Students

EMPLOYEES BEWARE: AVOID THE APPLICATION Beyond the bowels of hell, at the bottom of everything is the Tivoli Food Court. Darkness swallows the hearts of the slaves at McDonald’s Express, Taco Bell, Subway, Alfresco Greens, and Mark Pi’s as they sweat over hot fryers and

Witchcraft and Wizardry a Symphonic Event

MAGICAL MUSIC OF HARRY POTTER COMES TO DENVER Sounds of witchcraft and wizardry were fully dialed-up at the Magical Music of Harry Potter. On April 10, Boettcher Concert Hall hosted its annual symphonic celebration of one of the Potter franchise’s crowning jewels: the films’ illustrious

ALTITUDE ADJUSTMENT: We Did It

A year ago, if someone had told me that I’d spend the last months of my Managing Editor career campaigning, it would’ve been taken with a grain of salt. It’s hard to imagine the organization you love and are responsible for—the Sentry, for example— tip-toeing

State of the University (April 2016)

With the end of election week, we are proud to announce that next year’s SGA executives will be Alex Pong, serving as President, and Akshay Kumar, as Vice President. A huge congratulations to the senators who were elected, the Student Advisor Committee to the Auraria

Local Cafe Equal Parts Coffee and Cats

PURR-IFIC TIME WITH KITTENS, BOOKS, AND GAMES To celebrate the national Prevention of Animal Cruelty Month, why not adopt a cat while ordering your morning coffee? Denver Cat Company—one of the first permanent cat cafes to open in the US—stars a rotating cast of cats

Wages Gap US National Soccer Teams

WOMEN MAKE MARGINALLY LESS The United States women’s national soccer team is nearing their one-year anniversary of winning the World Cup Soccer Championship. After exhibiting immense athleticism and nationalism for the US and inspiring women around the world, a fair payment for each player would