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From The Editor: Embracing the New Normal

  A Message from The Sentry Dear Readers, With recent news circulating about the impending threat of Covid-19, in addition to the enforcement of social distancing, after much deliberation, The Sentry will operate as an online-only publication for the rest of the semester. In this

King Krule | Man Alive! | Album Review

Matador Records XL Recordings True Panther Sounds  Rating: 5 out of 5 Stars  On Feb. 21, 2020 following critical acclaim and success of his 2017 album The Ooz, Archy Marshall, most famously known as King Krule, returned with the release of his third studio album

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PSA: Play Animal Crossing After today, Animal Crossing: New Horizons is expected to be released in less than 10 days and I have not only pre-ordered it to arrive the day of its release but have cleared my entire Spring Break schedule to build my

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Time in a Bottle So, here’s the thing: There is simply too much content to digest in this day and age and I’m tired of keeping up. It’s getting to the point where I just get so overwhelmed with music, tv shows, and movies that

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Womb Bros.  I’ll admit that sometimes I can’t remember how old my brother and sister are. Or what grade they are in off the top of my head. Does this make me a terrible older sister? Slightly. To be fair, they are incredibly annoying, but

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37 facts. No sequel. 1. I stole this idea from Xander  2. Because I have no original ideas 3. So, here are random facts about yours truly 🙂 4. One, I’m absolutely terrified of the ocean 5. Not because of what’s in it, but because

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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

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

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Love, Actually  I think it’s safe to say we’ve all experienced a time in our life where we couldn’t exactly put into words what we were feeling. I’ve always associated this experience with love. To feel love is what I can only describe as complex, but

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Greatest Achievement I find myself standing at the same double doors with a plaque just above and an inscription that reads “agatha cement restive.” And while I pay no mind to the indecipherable words, upon entering the corridor, the  floors light up, revealing framed photos that