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THE CALL OF THE VOID

  I’d have to say this year that I’ve put quite a lot on my plate. Between taking 15 credit hours, being the newly appointed Managing Editor at The Sentry, and currently scouting for another part-time job to meet my financial burdens, it’s safe to

Student life fee from the SFRC

A breakdown of CU students’ tuition fees For the 2018-2019 academic year, the Student Fee Review Committee (SFRC) has approved and will be executing a new Student Life Fee that will change the way fees show up on students’ tuition bill in the student portal.

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Are Celebrity Summits worth the time and money?

Should people really invest in this Comic Con experience? Denver Comic Con gives people a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to meet their favorite celebrities and discuss the depths of the morals, themes, and characters that are associated with their beloved comics, movies, manga, and TV shows. With all

CU Denver club baseball strikes a win

A look into club sports at CU Being a non-traditional university, one of the ways CU Denver gets students engaged is through intramural or club sports. Club Baseball is trying to make a name for itself, and with the help of their recent wins against

Lord Huron | When the Night is Over | Single Review

IAMSOUND Records On April 2, Lord Huron released their single titled “When the Night is Over” as a part of their third upcoming album, Vide Noir. The song sounds similar to another song they produced called, “The Night We Met,” and although the song is

The Weeknd | My Dear Melancholy | Album Review

Record label: XO Records Rating: 4 out of 5 stars In preparation for the release of his third upcoming album, Abel Tesfaye, under his moniker The Weeknd, dropped an EP, My Dear Melancholy, on March 30. With six tracks, audiences are exposed to a darker

CU Denver takes China

An experience that transcends all boundaries Almost every university talks about the importance of studying abroad. It offers students a one-of-a-kind experience where they get to broaden their horizons within their educational careers. While CU Denver offers a plethora of study abroad programs, the trip

Net neutrality is dead

FCC votes to kill Obama-era rules In a little less than two weeks, the net neutrality rules that keep the internet a free and open market will cease to exist. On Dec. 14, the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) voted to repeal the Obama-era net neutrality

Katy Perry kissed a boy and he didn’t like it

The sexual assault double standard should not be tolerated American Idol is a singing competition where contestants have the opportunity to make their dreams come true— but for Benjamin Glaze, he got more than what he asked for. Walking in, Glaze was prepared to make

The Voidz | Virtue | Album Review

Record Label: Cult Records Rating: 4 out of 5 stars On March 30, The Voidz released their sophomore album Virtue, following the release of their 2014 album Tyranny. In what is a rather lengthy album, Virtue clocks in at an hour long and is stuffed