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COFFEE PLEASE: Photographing Dementia

For the photography class I am taking, our next project is designed to tell a story. We have to take several images and choose a handful to tell a sequential story. I’m choosing to tell the story of Dementia. My grandpa was diagnosed with Dementia

More Students Active in IEC Program

STUDENTS LEARN ABOUT CULTURES WITH CERTIFICATE A simple idea to get students more involved with other cultures has successfully evolved into the the Intercultural Engagement Certificate, which was created for students, by students. In order to earn the certificate, a student must attend five cultural

Feed the Need Annual Food Drive

FUNDRAISER FOR CU DENVER FOOD PANTRY When students are constantly on the move to attend lectures, events, meetings for clubs and organizations, arrive for their shifts at their part time job, or get home to attend to their families, finding the time and the money

Prateek Bhadsavle

BHADSAVLE ENJOYS TEACHING AND TRAVEL As soon as the Sentry walked in, the first thing Business Statistics Lecturer and Graduate student Prateek Bhadsavle did was offer sweets that he brought from the Middle East, from one of the 33 countries he’s travelled to. Hospitality, he

COFFEE PLEASE: Unaffiliated Voters

Tuesday was Super Tuesday and, like all registered unaffiliated voters, I was not allowed to participate. To vote in a caucus, a person must be registered Republican or Democrat, and they then vote for the person who they would like to see as the final

First Debate for Future CU Regents

REGENTS DEBATE FOR ELECTION BALLOT IN 2016 Candidates vying for the first Congressional District seat on the CU Board of Regents met on the CU Denver campus Feb. 16 to debate issues raised by students. Regent hopefuls Jack Kroll, Zach Rothmier, and Lucky Vidmar took

Clinton Campaign Stops in Denver

CAFECITO WITH CHELSEA CLINTON AND AMERICA FERRERA What began 25 years ago as a social gathering for Latina women in Denver to support one another in professional and social endeavours is now a nationally recognized cafecito bringing in some of the most influential women from

Candice Shelby

SHELBY SEEKS TO UNDERSTAND ADDICTION As soon as the Sentry arrived in Associate Professor of Philosophy Candice Shelby’s office, Shelby eased into her chair and talked about her recent trip to Washington D.C. where she and few students went to compete in an Ethics Bowl

Rachel Harding

Ethnic Studies Professor Rachel Harding is a civil rights activist on campus

COFFEE PLEASE: Two Words-Donald Trump

I’ve been trying hard to not write every column about Donald Trump, but I feel now is the appropriate time to bring up the subject. I thought this whole Trump mishap was going to just be a few months of memes and laughter, but it