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Sonder Coffee & Tea Curates Community

MARKETS CREATIVITY, IDENTIFY, PLUS CAFFEINE Sonder: “A realization that each random passerby has a life just as vivid and complex as your own.” Customers are greeted with these carefully painted words upon entering one of Denver’s newest coffeeshops, and the clear depiction explains that Sonder

CU Personality: Amy Hasinoff

SEXTING FROM ACADEMIC POINT OF VIEW When Amy Hasinoff was writing her doctoral dissertation in 2008, sending explicit messages was on the rise and newly labeled as “sexting.” That movement alone prompted Hasinoff to change her dissertation. She became fascinated with the panic surrounding sexting,

A2ru Conference Returns To CU Denver

ARTREPRENEURS REWRITE THE CREATIVE PROCESS CU Denver hosted the fourth-annual national conference for the Alliance for the Arts in Research Universities, commonly referred to as a2ru. Spanning three full days during the first week of November, a2ru aimed to foster and champion the arts in

North Dakota Pipeline

For the past several months, protestors in North Dakota and around the nation have planted themselves at the Sacred Stone camp, at Standing Rock Sioux in North Dakota, to express their anger toward the Dakota Access Pipeline. According to the Dakota Access Pipeline website, a

America Ferrera Hits Auraria Campus

LATINA ACTRESS URGES STUDENTS TO VOTE Actress and political activist America Ferrera stopped by Auraria Campus on Oct. 26th to encourage students to vote in the 2016 presidential election. Ferrera founded the organization “Voto Latino,” which educates members of the Latin@ community on voting and democracy.

So, Your Dad Is Voting For Vermin Supreme

THINK TWICE BEFORE DISOWNING YOUR FAMILY FOR THEIR POLITICAL BELIEFS It’s been a brutal 18 months. This election has subjected all US citizens and the watching world to a sort of torture that’s shattered hope for the future of the human condition. American citizens have

The Denver Post Endorses Hilary Clinton

MEDIA TAKES A FIRM POSITION ON POLITICS At the beginning of the presidential race, several hopeful candidates wanted to see his or her name on the 2016 presidential ballot. Major media outlets covered politicians announcing their campaigns and then subsequently ending them. People watched Donald

Where Colorado Stands On National Stage

THE MOVE FROM RED TO BLUE Though mainstream media continues to tout Colorado as a political battleground during national elections, its time as a definitional swing state began and ended with the Obama Administration. Colorado’s electoral votes have gone to Republican presidential candidates in seven

Double Standards Shouldn’t Be A Standard

GENDER IN POLITICS, 2016 The 2016 election is historical for having the first female nominee and the oldest nominee, but this election seems to focus on gender and politics above all, all too often. Having a potential female president is a big step forward for

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The CU Denver Sentry Endorsement

The Sentry is a member of the Collegiate Associated Press, and our integrity, ethics, and very existence depend on both Freedom of Speech and freedom from censorship. Given this commitment, we believe we must disavow the Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump: a candidate who, in