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Monthly Archives: November 2016

CAM Records Signs Avenhart

CAM Records, a music business class at MEIS, has announced CU Denver group Avenhart as their musical artist for the school year. Each year the class, taught by MEIS professor Andy Guerrero, picks a local band to help promote for a record release essentially doing

Modern Takes On Classic Tunes

Now that Thanksgiving has officially ended, it is time for mainstream America to fully embrace the Christmas spirit.   Classic covers of holiday tunes adds a sense of overwhelming joy to every car’s playlist. The Sentry wanted to take a deep dive to find the

NOISE F.M: William Card

Begging, pleading, groveling on my knees, and sucking up like a boss. These actions have long been a solid indicator of how my semester’s been. Whether it’s vexing for an opportunity at extra credit, or my last-ditch effort to expose my pain and stress to

Nolan Arenado Wins Gold Glove Again

FOURTH TIME’S A CHARM Since 2012, Rockies fans have had the opportunity to watch third baseman Nolan Arenado perform flawless  defensive techniques play-after-play, making routine grounders look like they are second nature, and aiding in outs and double plays that would make any baseball fan

Queerly Beloved: Gem Sheps

This year, I’m thankful that I managed to avoid nearly all political talk with my family over Fall Break. And, yes—it was as difficult as it sounds. With the election having just passed, there’s no doubt that politics was a popular table topic during Thanksgiving.

They’re Here, Queer, And Ready To Party

GSA HOST FUNDRAISING EVENT On Nov. 17, the CU Denver Genders and Sexualities Alliance hosted their annual Queer Lives event to celebrate LGBTQ+ students and raise awareness about suicide in the queer community. The event was organized by GSA President Lucian Salazar, Vice President Brandon

Giving Tuesday Comes Back For A Fifth Year

GIVE THE GIFT OF CHARITY THIS SEASON Tis the season for giving thanks, whether it be for food on the table or surviving such a tumultuous and emotionally draining election season. Christmas lights are going up and people are flooding shopping malls trying to find

CU Personality: Tony Robinson

TEACHING BEYOND THE CLASSROOM When speaking with Tony Robinson one thing comes to mind, and that is passion. Passion and a desire for positive change are at the core of Robinson’s responsibilities and reputation within the Denver community. Robinson is the Chair of the Political

Feminist Agenda: Taylor Kirby

In the weeks leading up to Fall Break, many people asked me how I would spend my free time. My response was consistently, “Sleeping.” They laughed as if I were joking. On the first day I had completely off from both classes and work, I

Terror of Tokyo Returns With Shin Godzilla

AN AUTHENTIC REVIVAL For the 31st film in the Godzilla franchise, and the last film since 2004, Toho Studios has decided to reboot the classic series with a look back to the monster’s origins. Released in Japan on July 29, 2016, and with a run