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North Classroom Undergoes Renovations

CONSTRUCTION ON CU DENVER BUILDING The North Classroom on Auraria Campus has been under construction for the past few months. The $33 million renovation will continue at least through Fall 2017 and possibly even until Spring 2018. The Sentry spoke with Cary Weatherford, the Associate

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Queerly Beloved: Gem Sheps

The month of October is upon us, which means we can now look forward to pumpkins, scary movies, and LGBTQ+ pride. October is national LGBTQ+ History Month in America, created to bring awareness to LGBTQ+ people and our achievements. To kickoff the month’s celebrations, I’m

CU Denver Students Live In Diverse Circumstances

‘ADULTING’ COMES IN MANY FORMS FOR STUDENTS CU Denver, Colorado’s prime example of an urban campus, is located in the heart of the Mile High City. The campus offers students views of high rises and easy access to restaurants and nightlife: the city is beautiful

Student Talent Agency Bridges Professional Gap

YOUNG ENTREPRENEURS FACE THE GIG ECONOMY Students in the College of Arts and Media (CAM) have faced the prospect of graduating without traditional full-time employment since they first considered majoring in the arts. However, CU Denver’s new Student Talent Agency’s ambition is to encourage arts

Nadeen Ibrahim

PUBLIC HEALTH STUDENT TAKES ON SOCIAL JUSTICE Public Health Pre-Medicine major Nadeen Ibrahim is an all around working-class person, known by peers and strangers alike for her persistance in promoting equality. And she hasn’t even graduated yet. One look at her calendar might cause a

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Queerly Beloved: Gem Sheps

Everyone who knows me knows that I love Sherlock Holmes. I don’t know where the obsession came from; I watched an episode of BBC’s Sherlock when I was 15 and I’ve been hooked on the character ever since. When I started watching the show, reading

Bike Lanes Cycle Throughout the City of Denver

ALTERNATIVE TRANSPORTATION CAUSES CONCERN The influx in Denver’s population has called for the city to find new ways to accommodate the travel needs of an increased population, which means that more people are taking bike routes to navigate through the busy city.  The city of

CU Denver Wellness Center Breaks Ground

STUDENT INITIATIVE BECOMES A REALITY After a journey of feasibility studies, student surveys, and a student referendum vote, the new CU Denver Wellness Center broke ground on Thursday, Sept. 22. The road to the groundbreaking ceremony was years in the making, and the project was

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Angela Buckley

PROFESSOR RUNS ENTREPRENEURIAL PROGRAM ON CAMPUS Making a living in the arts is no easy task. Unlike many other career paths, there might not be an office job waiting when college is done, even for the most qualified or talented applicants. This uncertainty can be

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Gem Sheps: Queerly Beloved

As a chronically ill student I spend a lot of time in bed, and even more time watching TV. What else can you do that requires no physical energy and has nothing to do with homework? One of my favorite shows is Star Trek; I