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Daily Archives: January 17, 2018

Letter to the Editor: “The True Minority”

Conservative discrimination on campus by Wayne Lela Some anti-Trump professors at CU Denver want teachers to use their classrooms to spread anti-Trump propaganda (or as they spin it, they want to help students “contest increased social inequality and exclusionary discourse toward immigrants that is now

Underground music labels that push boundaries

Independent music has never been easier to find than in this modern digital age. Having access to the internet means streaming music is just one click away. But with apps like Spotify and Apple Music, many of the smaller, lesser-known musicians lack the financial backing

Blood Tangent | Sarai Nissan

Maybe I am incomprehensible, hellish, messed up—definitely doomed. Maybe I am a little destructive and simply just a wreck of a person. Maybe I don’t know what I’m talking about. But it’s a new year and I have never been one for New Year’s resolutions;

The life and times of Lester Bangs, rock legend

Inside the legendary rock critic Lester Bangs was the quintessential rock ‘n’ roll gonzo journalist. As the last gutter poet, he was a mess: often unkempt, a bit too clammy, a little overweight, and almost always intoxicated. Dressed in his uniform of a leather jacket

Wellness Center now plans to open in May

UPDATE (January 19, 2018): The Sentry previously reported that the Salazar Family Foundation’s donation would prevent student fees from being increased. Though the Student Wellness Center has no plans to raise fees at this time, funding may be reassessed when the Foundation’s endowment is spent. 80 percent

Oregon against baker in landmark LGBTQ case

Case explores discrimination vs. First Amendment On Dec. 28, the Oregon Court of Appeals ruled against two Christian bakers who refused to make a wedding cake for a same-sex couple. The owners of Sweet Cakes bakery, Aaron and Melissa Klein, argued that making the cake,

Stranger Than Fiction | Matthew Kriese

Over the course of the winter break, global news cycles have not ceased in producing the standard doom and gloom that the contemporary world has seemed to grow accustomed to. A crippling flu has pummeled the United States, Trump has continued to use his Twitter

Pencil Shavings | Tessa Blair

I have had the same New Year’s resolution for the past few years. It has been the same both because I want it to be a continual thing and because I have continually failed to keep it up year after year. The goal is simple: take

CPAC celebrates life of iconic fashion photographer

A retrospective of Bill Cunningham William John “Bill” Cunningham was a Harvard University dropout with a thick Boston accent and a penchant for those who dressed remarkably. On Jan. 12, the Colorado Photographic Arts Center opened their latest exhibit, “On the Street With Bill Cunningham,”

Podcast makes sense of horrifically bad movies

How Did This Get Made? critiques unbelievable films The Room, Ultraviolet, and The Lawnmower Man are just a few movies that fall into the coveted “so bad it’s good” genre of film. Every two weeks Paul Scheer, June Diane Raphael, and Jason Mantzoukas discuss the