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The Plot Thickens

A New Sentry As Editor-in-Chief of The Sentry for the 2020-21 Academic Year, I’ve decided to turn The Sentry into an exclusive Christopher Nolan fan club. But, Do. Not. Worry. The Sentry will remain a weekly publication, however all the sections will be, from here

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

From the Editor

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

From the Editor

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

From the Editor

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

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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

alone together

The conversations all go the same:  “What have you been up to?” “Oh, I’m finishing up school here soon, it’s a little nerve racking but I’m hopeful.”  And I beg to myself, to Something, to you, “Please don’t tell me I’ll figure it out. But