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Best moments at The Sentry

  The Sentry is known by CU Denver students as a weekly newspaper, but it is much more than that. Behind the scenes, The Sentry is composed of dedicated and witty staffers who share good laughs during their Tuesday and Thursday meetings. These best moments

Tastiest milkshakes in Denver

The sweetest of the sweet Milkshakes are a classic dessert that remind people of old-school diners as they slurp down the delicious confection. Fortunately, for those who live in Denver, there are two places downtown that offer both tasty milkshakes and the diner experience. Sam’s

RTD Price to Increase in 2019

Discounts to low-income and young riders The Board of Directors for the Regional Transportation District (RTD) voted on Sept. 18 to increase the price of local, regional, and airport fares, which will take effect in January 2019. Currently, the pricing for one-way rides is $2.60

Behind the scenes of Target’s schemes

HOW TARGET TRAPS ITS CUSTOMERS INTO SPLURGING In January 2018, Twitter user Haley Copeland tweeted: “No one goes to Target because they need something. You go to Target and let Target tell you what you need.” Many people on the internet are coining this phenomenon

Your major isn’t useless 

The “worst majors to pick” lists are the worst The “worst majors to pick” lists continue to plaster the internet and people’s news feeds. According to these lists, anyone not on the STEM track will be thoroughly disappointed to find that their major is most

Guest column

At the end of my senior year of high school, I was faced with the difficult decision of either going to UNLV in order to stay close to my boyfriend or following my dream of going to school out of state (you can guess which

CU Denver students selected for research fellowship

Research at Columbia and Harvard Two CU Denver students, Nicolette Moya, a senior double majoring in psychology and biology, and Matthew Mitchell, a third-year pre-med student studying molecular biology and biological pathway interrogation with the aspiration of going into the medical field, have been awarded

Teen Vogue expands modeling industry’s inclusivity

Magazine shows different types of physical ability A wave of diversity is sweeping across movies and television shows by casting members across the entire skin color spectrum. The September issue of Teen Vogue is now taking diversity a step further by not only featuring models who

Shooting near Anschutz leaves two dead, two injured

Auraria PD encourages CU Denver students to be prepared On Friday, Aug. 31, two men were shot and killed, another two were injured, and an Aurora police officer was shot in their bulletproof vest, but survived, in a shooting near University of Colorado’s Anschutz Medical