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Memorable main themes from video games

The perfect themes for setting the mood The main theme of a video game sets the mood for the narrative. Whether it is horror or action, the stylistic choices depict what players are going to encounter. The following are some of the most memorable main

Seeing live music under 21

Denver’s best venues with shows for all ages Denver has plenty of options to offer for any kind of music lover in the live music department. While some of those options may not be available to those under the age of 21, there’s still plenty


R.I.P. 2 My Youth Growing up in a small town in Wyoming, my concert going experiences were limited for most of my life until my freshman year of college when I moved to Denver. I typically only went to one concert a year and the

CU Denver bucket list

Notable activities to check off during undergrad Starting college on any campus comes with many notable firsts for college freshmen, some of which are more campus specific than others. New students may want to have a sense of belonging not only on campus but in


Oh my God, they were roommates A year prior to starting college I had gone to a summer camp on campus for two weeks—the longest I had ever been away from my parents at that point—and I thought it was the hardest thing I had


~summer vibes~ Lately I’ve been listening to a lot of songs that give me those ~summer vibes~ to help ease how stir crazy I’ve been feeling, maybe it’s making it worse I don’t know. Since moving back to Wyoming and my high school bedroom for


“Bicycle Race” I think we’ve determined by now that I grew up with music being in my life quite a lot (obviously). Honestly, I pretty much need it as the background soundtrack to everything I do in my life at this point and as determined

Nirvana | Nevermind | Retro Album Review

Geffen Records Rating: 5 out of 5 stars Adorned with probably one of the most iconic album covers of all time, Nirvana’s Nevermind is one of the most quintessential grunge albums ever produced. Released in 1991, just three years before the death of lead singer Kurt Cobain, the group found unanticipated


Procrastination at its finest Guess who’s having a rough time with their online classes and not only procrastinated on their 10-page research paper due in less than 24 hours, but also writing their column (again). You’re right, it’s me. So, while I write my paper, here’s a list of


xoxo e-blast #001  Gossip Girl here, your one and only source into the scandalous lives of Denver’s elite. And who am I? That’s one secret I’ll never tell! This just in. Looks like self-isolation is the name of the game for The Sentry’s Noise Editor. Literally.