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Craziest stories of The Sentry

The Sentry staff can’t always share their personal stories in the newspaper, but sometimes stories are too crazy not to share. Frankie Spiller: Last summer, I had the pleasure of gaining a hands-on learning experience about raccoons. One, raccoons are pretty cute. Two, the sounds

Lord of the Rings v Game of Thrones

Rings is the grandfather of fantasy Opinion by Trevor Leach When it comes to fantasy, nothing compares to the seemingly endless world of Middlearth. The Lord of the Rings by J. R. R. Tolkien set the standard for all other works of fantasy after it.

New Mexico v Colorado: Who does chile better?

Hatch is the golden standard Opinion by Isaiah Mancha Pick any restaurant, a diner even. Look at the menu. See that? If Colorado Green chile is supposedly better than New Mexico chile, why is that on the menu, it says Hatch Green Chile Cheeseburger and

The Sentry at the National College Media Convention in D.C.

critiques, keynote speakers, and creating a podcast by Jaleesia Fobbs, Samantha Register, and Alexander Elmore Every year the Associated Collegiate Press hosts a conference where student publications of any type across the country are invited to attend workshops, have their publications critiqued, attend lectures by

Turning Point USA “Culture War” brings protestors to CSU

Many concerned for safety On Oct. 22, Charlie Kirk, the controversial founder of conservative campus group Turning Point USA, organized an event on the Colorado State University (CSU) campus featuring Donald Trump Jr., Kimberly Guilfoyle, a conservative commentator, and Benny Johnson, Turning Point’s Chief Creative

Is a bucket or pillowcase better for collecting candy?

A bucket doesn’t take away from the costume Opinion by Frankie Spiller As Halloween rolls around, boys and girls of every age will be seen wandering the streets in festive costumes, searching for their favorite sweet treat. Many will choose to opt out of a fun and

Haunting hits for a spooky good time – staff picks

The Sentry’s  Halloween staff picks While this song is not a traditional Halloween bop, Cindy Lauper’s 1983 hit, “Girls Just Want to Have Fun” is a sure-fire way to make all the witches in the club start groovin’. The upbeat 80’s tune is a bubbly way to start off the spooky evening.

Halloween staff picks and The Teal Pumpkin Project

Lore is the perfect spooky Halloween podcast. Aaron Mahnke, creator and narrator of Lore, covers a variety of topics, from ghost stories, folk legends, and true events, all of which have spooky themes. Covering serial killers, vampires, ghosts, monsters, and more, Lore is a great

Which type of chicken is superior?

Nuggets are the way to go Opinion by Amanda Blackman When it comes to crispy chicken cravings, nothing hits the spot quite like the delicious, perfectly balanced chicken nugget. Who rolls through the McDonald’s drive-thru with a late-night craving for chicken tenders? Nobody! Chicken nuggets

Auraria PD make arrest in recent groping incident

Understanding crimes on campuses The Auraria Campus Police Department sent an email blast to students on Wednesday, Sept. 25 informing students that they were “investigating a fondling that occurred at approximately 4:45 pm.” According to Auraria Police Chief Michael Phibbs, “The suspect approached the victim