He’s blue because he’s feeling blue PETA’s newest posters, hung all around Denver have a photo of a dog chained outside in the cold with the words “Cold—a person who would chain a dog outside. Let dogs inside.” These posters have been reminding people how
Being a rock critic isn’t great, it almost certainly won’t make you popular. It won’t make you rich, so you’ll never be able to make a living off of it. You will never be famous. Actually, a lot of people will think you are pretentious.
Anything for a ticket We respectfully ask our customers to avoid engaging in human trafficking to acquire Hamilton tickets,” the Buell Theater said in an email sent out to Denver Performing Arts Center subscribers Wednesday morning. “Even though the mother who sold her baby for
Satan gives exclusive press conference There was once a time when rock ‘n’ roll was actually considered the devil’s music, and in 2018, that sentiment is back with a hellfire-like vengeance. A CU Denver student, Damien Thorn, had an unexpected experience with the third studio
Six-year-old to headline tour Tickets for Beyoncé’s collaborative tour “On the Run II” with her husband and rapper Jay-Z went on sale earlier this month. While Beyonce fans—known as the Beyhive—flocked to the internet to purchase tickets to see the duo perform, Beyoncé’s beloved six-year-old
Is it a song or just guitar feedback? The Berlin Aliens performed to an almost empty venue on Monday night at the Ogden Theatre. The band who got their start in their friend Jordan’s garage-turned-studio in Littleton, took the stage of a venue that isn’t
CU Denver plans on adding 30 years Thanks to CU Denver, plans for the Student Wellness Center began in 2015 with hopes of opening in 2018. Students will have to wait a bit longer for the state-of-the-art facility though, as the opening has been delayed
President Trump has done well to capture his voice on social media. Twitter has become the President’s go-to soapbox. Yet, I fear Americans are forgetting perhaps the best policy he has ever shared with us on the web way back in October 2012. “Robert Pattinson
The life supply of gargantuan proportions Once more, campus springs back into action and Teague Bohlen awaits the filing in of refreshed students to regenerate his sustenance. Last year, The Sentry debuted the shapeshifting lizard associate professor of Creative Writing who hails from Alpha Draconis.
Passionate writer will do anything for quote This is Alli Ackerman, writer for the CU Denver’s newspaper, The Sentry. I’m going out onto Auraria campus to get a CU Denver student’s opinion on what cultural diversity means to them. Ackerman: Hi, I’m a writer from