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“The Grand budapest hotel,” which premiered on March 7, weaves together several storylines.

Grandiose themes, plots in ‘Grand budapest hotel’

Telling a story within a story within a book within a movie may sound like the inception of a bestselling author, but for director Wes Anderson it simply involves awkward misanthropes, a purple bellboy cap and a grand hotel. Full story

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Student art exhibit showcases range of talent, perspectives

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Conceptual art, photography and other mixed media will be on display April 18 through May 24 at the Galleries of Contemporary Art in Centennial Hall.

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Author to give talk commemorating Ludlow Massacre

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2014 marks the 100th anniversary of the Ludlow Massacre, a struggle between corporate lords and blue-collar workers that had been going on for many years that ended in disaster April 20, 1914 in Ludlow, Colo.

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“captain American: The Winter Soldier” premiered April 4.

Captain America doesn’t shield epic

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When it comes to superhero films, expectations are consistently pushed higher with each mega-release. As demonstrated with last year’s controversial choice of Ben Affleck to take over as Batman, the American public has very decisive taste when it comes to their superheroes.

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UCCS hosts first variety show

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Students got a chance to feel the warm glow of fame last week when UCCS hosted its first variety show April 10 at Clyde’s.

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  • UCCS hosts first variety show

    Students got a chance to feel the warm glow of fame last week when UCCS hosted its first variety show April 10 at Clyde’s.

  • Grandiose themes, plots in ‘Grand budapest hotel’

    Telling a story within a story within a book within a movie may sound like the inception of a bestselling author, but for director Wes Anderson it simply involves awkward misanthropes, a purple bellboy cap and a grand hotel.

  • Captain America doesn’t shield epic

    When it comes to superhero films, expectations are consistently pushed higher with each mega-release. As demonstrated with last year’s controversial choice of Ben Affleck to take over as Batman, the American public has very decisive taste when it comes to their superheroes.

  • Author to give talk commemorating Ludlow Massacre

    2014 marks the 100th anniversary of the Ludlow Massacre, a struggle between corporate lords and blue-collar workers that had been going on for many years that ended in disaster April 20, 1914 in Ludlow, Colo.

  • Student art exhibit showcases range of talent, perspectives

    Conceptual art, photography and other mixed media will be on display April 18 through May 24 at the Galleries of Contemporary Art in Centennial Hall.