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COFFEE PLEASE: Support the Sentry

This week the CU Denver Sentry is up for a referendum vote. I wanted to take this week’s column to express how working at this paper has changed my life and defined my college career. I started on this paper as a staff writer in

Jack Kroll

CU DENVER ALUMNI RUNS FOR CU REGENT A CU Denver alumnus John ‘Jack’ Kroll has gone from being an active student on campus to a CU Regent candidate. Kroll attended CU Denver from 2006– 2011 where he majored in Economics and English Literature and minored

SGA Executive Ticket Nomination

ANNUAL SGA ELECTIONS FOR PRESIDENT Student Government Association’s constitution requires senators to run for re-election every spring. Students vote online for who they want to see on SGA for the following school year. This includes senators that want to run for president and vice president

12th Annual Latin@ Leadership Summit

CONFERENCE HELD ON ACTIVIST CESAR CHAVEZ’S BIRTHDAY This year’s Latin@Leadership Summit was an event hosting speakers Margarita Machado-Casas and community arts organization Barrio E. It also organized round-table discussions, offered vast scholarship opportunities, and catered food to inspire students across all three institutions of Auraria.

COFFEE PLEASE: Paying for the Experience

To no avail, I have been trying to find an internship for this summer. At first, I thought I could do it all on my own, but that lead to only finding dead ends. I went to a workshop through the Experiential Learning Center to

Native American Women Showcase Art

ARTISTIC EXPRESSION CAN VARY BY TRIBE Native Women’s Voices, an event held at Saint Cajetan’s on March 17, showed that within each tribe is an entirely different cultural experience that reflects the ideas of the people in it. The evening was a celebration of the

Phillip Mann

MANN BALANCES TEACHING AND ART The Auraria sculpture and 3D design department couldn’t operate without its lab tech and part-time professor Phillip Mann. Mann can almost always be found in his office in the Auraria sculpture studio, drifting about like an omniscient sculpture guru. Mann

Campus Gun Policy Under Debate

CONCEALED CARRY ACT SPLITS STUDENTS The topic of Auraria Campus’ concealed carry gun policy was a primary conversation at February’s CU Regent debate. All regent potentials, as well as current Regent and Denver District Attorney hopeful Michael Carrigan, said they would like to see the

COFFEE PLEASE: The Attack in Brussels

Within the past few weeks there have been eight bombings across Europe and the Middle East. One of the latest cities to be under attack was Brussels, Belgium. The Brussels metro station and airport were bombed leaving 35 people killed and dozens more with injuries.

COFFEE PLEASE: It’s Time for a Break

Spring Break is next week, and I could not be more ready for a week-long vacation. The typical Spring Break for college students is to find a beach somewhere and drink all the stress away. I have never had that experience, but I will find