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Stop using the phrase “wife me up”

there’s more to a relationship than fettucine alfredo There is absolutely nothing wrong with wanting to get married and live a happy life with a partner. However, the “pick me!” energy that the phrase “wife me up” gives off is tired and decrepit. It’s a

Are dating apps good for society?

they provide pure validation to users Opinion by Lorraine Kelly Tinder, Hinge, Bumble, FarmersOnly. In the 21st century, there’s a dating app for just about everyone. Gone are the days of meeting people at the bar: future mates are chosen based on a few photos,

The Plot Thickens

Facts #1 Here is a list of things that I know to be true:  1. I once busted my chin while riding a bike because I rode into a ditch too fast and hit the handlebars.   2. I was looking directly at someone when

Developing From a Negative

The Rewatch II Last week I wrote on the topic of how I gauge the quality of a television show and that is by their rewatch value.  Some may believe that Game of Thrones (GoT) was a creative revolution in television but since the questionable

Is it worth it? Lemme work it.

the pros and cons of a sugar parent-sugar child relationship A Sugar Daddy/Momma is, according to Seeking.com, a man or woman with, “Abundant resources… looking for someone to share in his (or her) extraordinary life.” Rich men and women share their wealth in meaningful ways in

From the Editor

An open love letter, To you, Phoebe Waller Bridge.  Because this is a love story, between myself and I, curated by you.  You don’t have to be alone to be lonely, but you showed me that I can reach for solace and companionship if I

Rom-coms for a Valentine’s Day in

Not everyone desires to go out on Valentine’s Day. Sometimes curling up in cozy sweatpants with sweet treats to watch a wholesome rom-com is much more fulfilling than going to crowded restaurants on a date. The Sentry staff understands this and suggests watching these favorite

You Lost Me truly loses play goers

On January 17, the Denver Center for the Performing Arts (DCPA) introduced You Lost Me by Bonnie Metzgar. The title is fitting for a play that possesses all the qualities of an interesting story but fails to live up to its own expectations. Overall, You

Love sucks but these songs don’t

Sentry staff picks love songs for the perfect Valentine’s Day playlist “I Found Her Among the Aliens,” sung by Molly Kirby, is the perfect song for Valentine’s Day. The lyrics are soft but bold and talk about the otherworldly beauty of their partner. Lyrics like,

Artists hitting the road in the new year

2020 tours to look forward to With a new year comes new music, and thus, new tours. Artists big and small are hitting the roads this upcoming concert season, and some are even braving the cold Colorado elements this spring, to bring shows to a