DENVER ONE OF MAJOR CITIES RALLYING On Thursday, Nov. 10, a crowd of nearly 5,000 gathered in front of the Colorado State Capitol building in peaceful protest of President-elect Donald Trump. The protest, organized by activists on Facebook, exceeded the estimated number of attendees exponentially.
This past weekend I turned 22. I was lucky enough to celebrate with friends, family, and co-workers. Drinks were had and memories were made. I am a year older and hopefully a little bit wiser. This semester has been a busy one with it being
When I was 16, things were different. I thought softball was my entire life, I quoted music lyrics for my Facebook statuses, and I had a freckled face full of acne. I was a junior in high school, trying to sort out my talents and
FRENCH PROFESSOR HIGHLIGHTS FANTASTIQUE HAITIAN AUTHORS Linda Alcott, an associate professor at CU Denver, was interested in French long before she started teaching it. “French goes way back for me,” she told the Sentry. “I grew up in the South, and my family had a
Last week Savannah and I had the pleasure to travel to Washington, D.C. for the 2016 Associated Collegiate Press Media Convention. At this conference we were able to take workshops, hear from amazing guest speakers, and collaborate with other students working for their college newspapers.
Passion, DIY production, and a bunch of shoes where they aren’t supposed to be. This sets the scene for Autograf, a trio who aims to redefine EDM’s irking obsession with wasting the live experience, but still finds time to store all their shoes in the
Taylor Kirby: Rapture-Palooza is an objectively bad film that I nonetheless adore. While Craig Robinson’s Antichrist is falling in love with the very unwilling Lindsey (Anna Kendrick), and after Jesus Christ is killed with a tank, it becomes clear that the filmmakers didn’t take themselves seriously for even
THE YEAR FOR VISUAL MASTERPIECES 2016 has produced music that will be remembered as generation defining, e.g. Beyoncé’s Lemonade, Kanye West’s Life of Pablo, or Rihanna’s Anti. These albums have left in a tizzy with their immense strength and sheer creativity, and have also affected
CU Denver’s student-run weekly newspaper, the Sentry (formerly known as the Advocate), is going to referendum. While we are confident that the student vote will be in favor of having a school newspaper, we still need help. The most important thing that anyone can