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Art tests boundaries of religious paradigms

HOLY MOLY SHINES AT NIZA KNOLL The Niza Knoll Gallery, located in the Santa Fe Arts District, houses some of Denver’s most contemporary art exhibits in its Victorian building. The current exhibit, which ended on Jan. 28, is a creative blend between religion and “out

Feminist Agenda // Taylor Kirby

I work at a coffee shop once a week. Overall, it’s a pretty decent gig that supplies me with all the caffeine necessary for the semester of my graduation—but it’s not without its perils. This particular coffee shop is housed on the pit that is 16th

Bubu Puts Fresh Flavor First

DENVER’S FRESH REVOLUTION The “Fresh Revolution” is happening right in the heart of Denver at a little place called Bubu. Located underground in the Walkway in Larimer Square, Bubu’s customers can witness owner and chef  Troy Guard’s mission to bring the Fresh Revolution to Denver

Sherlock Crashes and Burns In Its Finale

THE GAME IS FINALLY OVER Holmes is back and worse than ever; in a shocking twist of events, the popular BBC show Sherlock has released its fourth—and possibly final—season, and has absolutely tanked in quality. Sherlock is a present-day take on the classic Sherlock Holmes

Award Nominees // Silence & Hell or High Water

SILENCE  Jun Lee Silence is an incredible work of art: in addition to its gorgeous cinematography and excellent acting, it’s the type of sensory experience that stays with an audience long after it’s over by presenting philosophical questions and ideas for the moviegoers to piece

Election Marks New Era of American art

MAKING ART POLITICAL AGAIN From telling bros to back off vaginas to the first pro-Trump exhibit, the 2016 political election didn’t cease to inspire artists. This election spurred several controversies throughout the nation as divided beliefs were exhibited through artistic expression. We saw conceptual artist


I have a strange (re: stupid) relationship with music. This isn’t news to me, but it became more obvious in the days leading up to the Women’s March on Denver, Saturday’s inaugural protest. As I was putting together a Songs of the Revolution playlist, a

Minority Representation In Media Is Essential

DIVERSE STORIES ARE BETTER STORIES According to the US Census, about 40 percent of the country is composed of people of color—in Hollywood’s world, however, only a quarter of all characters are non-white, and something isn’t adding up. “We live in this community where popular

The Importance of Film Award Shows

SETTING BAR FOR QUALITY In anticipation of pinnacle events like the Academy Awards and the British Academy of Film and Television Arts Awards, the Sentry will spend the upcoming weeks looking back on some of 2016’s most vibrant explorations in filmmaking. Award shows often come


Even though I’ll have some serious explaining to do if I ever apply for a job in academia, I recently infiltrated a private flat earth group on Facebook for shits and giggles. Their premise is this: many centuries ago, Satanists and the Illuminati conspired to