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Will things be different once self-isolation ends?

People will need time to recover from the traumatic experience by Tommy Clift History repeats itself. Yes—that may be true. Humanity seems to be locked in a recurrent cycle. Whether that cycle be in a grand sense—one of war, recession, or crisis—or in the everyday

The best memories of The Sentry

Geese, sub-par drawings, and personal growth To celebrate the end of a truly different and trying semester, The Sentry staff has gathered up some of their fondest memories from the 2019/20 academic year. Thursday nights at The Sentry office are always a treat. Staff members crowd in, perched on

End of semester celebration tracks – staff picks

Songs perfect for celebrating the end of the semester  Wait for the sun to set and watch the bats dance across the sky in the fading twilight. Settle down on a warm summer eve to celebrate another finished semester. Even though the pandemic limits the

Ways to stay entertained while sheltering in place

staff picks for the best quarantine activities While most people are having to remain indoors for health and safety reasons, The Sentry has surveyed its staff to compile a list of recommendations of how to pass the time. Cyanotypes by Taelar Pollmann A photographer with nothing

Is choosing a Pass/Not Pass grading system worth it?

Yes, there are enough stressors at the moment  Opinion by Isaiah Mancha Due to a series of unfortunate events, schools of all academics have transitioned from in-person lectures to online. As COVID-19 continues to spread, this is the safest way to keep all faculty members and students safe

Should the Auraria Geese have rights?

the goose-iarchy is taking over Opinion by Frankie Spiller “My father was killed by a goose.”  This is Irene Güsehater. She sits in front of her father’s grave. The day is cold, but the souls of geese are colder. They honk in the distance, tauntingly. She