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The Grand Budapest Hotel

‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ worth extended stay

March 31, 2014

Eccentric director Wes Anderson, known for “The Royal Tenenbaums” and “Moonrise Kingdom,” is one of this generation’s most recognizable talents. Through a unique visual and topical style he has ma...

Irvine Welsh brings back ‘Trainspotting’ gang

By Alex Stedman

September 24, 2012

Heroin, AIDs and violence are enough to make most stop in their tracks. They did in 1993 when Scottish author Irvine Welsh released his critically acclaimed debut novel “Trainspotting,” which followed the lives of heroin addicts in Edinburgh, Scotland. Its 1996 film adaptation starring Ewan McGregor was a global success. Welsh’s projects since “Trainspotting,” include the 2002 sequel “Porno” and nine other no...

Ann Silver ONE WAY, DEAF WAY

By Estefania Martinez

April 9, 2012

Internationally known artist, Ann Silver, made her gallery debut at Columbia with "One Way, Deaf Way." In addition to the gallery, the ASL department hosted a presentation where assistant ASL professor Dr. Jim Van Manen and Silver discussed her journey as a deaf artist.http://youtu.be/k8o82Et0z7Y

Columbia welcomes writing wonders

By Amanda Murphy

March 14, 2011

Columbia has built its academics around immersing students in real-life experiences. That philosophy is once again illustrated by Story Week.This is the 15th year the Fiction Writing Department has organized a plethora of opportunities for students and faculty to learn what it means to be a literary success.The free festivities will begin on March 13 and last until March 18 with a literary lineup, including Scottish novelist Irvi...

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