Since it is the beginning of the semester, many members of the Student Government Senate Council are setting goals to maintain sanity during this spring semester. The theme for this week’s meeting was all about setting goals. Guest speaker Sam Kim interim assistant director of
Chancellor Horrell is dedicating 80 days to listening to students, staff, and faculty
A CU Denver photo contest allows for study abroad students to submit photos from their travels.
If you have been on Facebook or walked outside within the past few days, you probably have gathered will that the Denver Broncos are going to the Super Bowl. I have never really had an interest in football until recent years, but even now I
The Sentry explores several building projects on campus, including the Tivoli Quad set to unveil in May.
“Change is coming, and it is here to stay” is the motto I am choosing for this upcoming semester. I have been a staff writer for two years at the Advocate, (now CU Denver Sentry) and as of now, I am taking over as News
Students at CU Denver stand with Syrian refugees.
The National Science Foundation awarded a CU Denver professor $1.1 million to devolop the Learning Assistance program.
From the classroom to the Capitol building, Tanner Scurto doesn’t let up.