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Monthly Archives: August 2019

Developing From A Negative

The Beginning At the beginning of 2019 I made a resolution to become a better person by the end of the year. I wasn’t happy with who I was and that needed to change. It has been and still is a difficult process to go

The Plot Thickens

Kiss The Boy In 2018, on the day after my birthday, the film Love, Simon was released. Twelve days later, on March 28, 2018 the song “Kiss the Boy” was uploaded on YouTube and Spotify by Keiynan Lonsdale, one of the film’s stars. I wouldn’t

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Animals should not be punished for human actions

Humans should respect wildlife habitat and preserves rules The summer months often bring road trips exploring wild and far out places. But along with that often comes the endless outpour of news articles relating to wildlife attacking humans in various habitats around the country. In

The Sentry’s Most Wanted

My headshot for my column this year looks like a mug shot, and if that’s any consolation for how this year is going to go, take it only as a good sign. Why, you might ask? Well, first let’s go back to what the purpose

Presidential candidate Kamala Harris comes to Denver

Crowd excited about historic candidacy Doors didn’t open until after 5:00p.m., but fans of Democratic presidential candidate Kamala Harris started lining up outside of Manual High School at 1:45 p.m. to see the California senator at her first campaign event in Colorado on Aug. 2.

West Classroom Building investigation complete

Rapid Response indicates no safety concerns As students geared up for the start of a new semester, the Auraria campus underwent an investigation of faculty health concerns regarding the West Classroom. The West Classroom is located on the southwest corner of campus near the Auraria

An evening with Colorado for Pete

Local supporters gather to watch debate On the evening of the first night of July’s Democratic Debates, Denver’s Cap City Tavern, just over Capitol Hill, provided the venue for the local Pete Buttigieg Watch Party. The July 30 event was held by “Colorado for Pete

SOMEWHERE IN NEVERLAND

TOO INVESTED Coming from a small town in Wyoming, I’ve been friends with the same people since I started elementary school. Over the summer, my best friend, that’s been by my side since second grade, got married on her family’s ranch in June. The two

Denver’s perennial music festival

  Underground Music Showcase ’19 Retaining its position as Denver’s longest-running and most prolific music festival for the 19th consecutive year, 2019’s Underground Music Showcase (UMS) brings a host of national and local talent to their largest iteration of the festival yet.  Unlike many of