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Breaking myths of autism awareness month

On the Spectrum April is Autism Awareness Month, making it a perfect time to read up on studies and broaden one’s understanding of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). With that in mind, there’s a wide body of misinformation concerning exactly what the disorder is, how it

CVA will be closing for the summer

Students must seek new places to live Most students on campus have had the immense pleasure of living at Campus Village Apartments (CVA) for at least a year, especially if they are from out of state or live too far away to commute. Some of

Tiny homes help Denver’s most vulnerable

Provides transitional housing There is only one tiny home village in Denver, but a second one may be on the way. Beloved Community Village is a small collective of tiny homes built by and for a community of people who have experienced homelessness. Located in

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

SGA election candidates

Viewing the executive tickets Scott Neff is a second-generation student at CU Denver, majoring in business management and communications. He currently serves in the United States Army Reserve, so it’s really important to him to serve US veterans and their families, living by the philosophy

Depression rates rise on college campus

Help will always be there The epidemic of students with depression has slowly risen over recent years, and students in Colorado are no exception. With the stresses of classes, jobs, and finding a balance in between all needs, there is little time for recuperation. But

London’s pursuit for the largest LGBTQ+ museum

Years of hidden documentation finally revealed As of now in London, England, plans are in the works to create the world’s largest LGBTQ+ museum. Named Queer Britain: The National LGBTQ+ Museum, this repository will be fully devoted in creating an immersive experience that draws from

Thousands participate in Denver’s March for Our Lives

“Enough is enough” Saturday, March 24, was a significant day of protest for domestic tranquility. Over 800 marches took place across the country, according to the March For Our Lives website. The cause was to raise awareness for school gun violence and advocate for better

Wellness Center pushes opening date

CU Denver plans on adding 30 years Thanks to CU Denver, plans for the Student Wellness Center began in 2015 with hopes of opening in 2018. Students will have to wait a bit longer for the state-of-the-art facility though, as the opening has been delayed

CU Denver lizard people conspiracy

The life supply of gargantuan proportions Once more, campus springs back into action and Teague Bohlen awaits the filing in of refreshed students to regenerate his sustenance.  Last year, The Sentry debuted the shapeshifting lizard associate professor of Creative Writing who hails from Alpha Draconis.