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Marvel expands universe

According to “X-Men: Apocalypse” writer and producer Simon Kinberg, the 2016 Twentieth Century Fox installment is currently considered the ending of the 60s-and-70s arc following younger versions of characters Charles Xavier (James McAvoy), Raven/Mystique (Jennifer Lawrence) and Magneto (Michael Fassbender) that began with 2011’s “X-Men: First Class.”

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Learning about ‘The Grand Old Man’ of campus

What do you know about “The Grand Old Man” of our university?

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Focus on more important issues than “latte-gate”

The controversy surrounding this supposed “latte-gate” scandal is ridiculous for so many reasons.

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As I followed news coverage of Constitution Week at UK ’14, a raspy voice from nearly 35 years ago came back to me.

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Continuing Resolution  quietly passed in Congress

Elections are just a few weeks away, which means until early November, Congress will pretend that they care about ordinary people like you and me.

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One man in the U.S. had the power to put the executives who were the architects of the crash behind bars.

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Blazer Cafe has morphed into Blazer Cafeteria

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Blazer Cafe has morphed into Blazer Cafeteria

When you walk into Blazer Cafe, nothing has changed on the surface. But the atmosphere is different. The energy is sapped from the room. It’s not the same that it was even four months ago.

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‘Strong Female Protagonist’ focuses on anything but

If you’re not following a little webcomic called “Strong Female Protagonist,” you really should be.

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Film festivals are vital to year’s best movies

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Film festivals are vital to year’s best movies

Around this time each year, we get a pretty good peek at what the Oscar landscape is going to look like going into the season.

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Regulation can benefit society and the economy

Government regulation — it’s a phrase many Americans hate even more than “gun control” or “liberal elite.”

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