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Check back in the morning for more photos of Chewbacchanal 2010, plus interviews with the artists. In the meantime, dream sweet dreams of what tomorrow will bring: Holi, Water Festival, WBARBQ, and Kitchenette brunch.
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The festivities continue tomorrow at 12 p.m. in LeFrak Gymnasium in Barnard Hall for WBAR Barnard College Radio’s 17th Annual WBAR-B-Q! Originally, the WBAR-B-Q was meant to take place on Lehman Lawn but has moved inside due to ominous weather reports.  This free event lasts until 10 p.m. so make sure to stop by for […]
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Bwog’s Song and Dance Connoisseur Sean Zimmermann reports on Columbia Musical Theatre Society’s latest production, Changing Direction. “You never realize the role of directing until you see different directors back to back,” explained Will Brown, Production Designer for Columbia Musical Theatre Society’s production of Changing Direction. The production features numbers from a wide selection of […]
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Free Bacchanal sunglasses, tshirts, condoms, shotglasses, keychains and whistles will be handed out on the Steps at 5:30.  (uh, your wedge of space on the Steps) while you’re there, the show starts in 40 minutes. Update, 5:45: Hustle, they’re almost out out of free miscellany! Update, 5:55: There are plainclothes Public Safety out, so best […]
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Bwog’s Barnard Dance Department Fan Extraordinaire Megan McGregor reports from last night’s “Barnard Dances at Miller” in—you guessed it—Miller Theatre. Shrill shrieks of modern dancers bounced off the walls of Miller Theatre—as did the dancers themselves—last night during the opening performance of “Barnard Dances at Miller.”  The performance showcased three original works, including a new […]
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Saturday morning, normally a time of great sloth, is now a time of great anticipation—anticipation of Bacchanal, graduation, and, of course, the dreaded swim test.Cartoon by Abigail Santner
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A tipster just informed Bwog that South Lawn-goers are not paying attention to their surroundings! Note the date on the “Pesticide Application” sign. Photo by Sari Ancel
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| WHO | Everyone in the Columbia University community with too much unworn clothing and much-needed spring cleaning to do! | WHAT | Hoot Magazine (hootmag.org), CU Couture, and Earth Coalition present an Earth Week Spring Cleaning Clothing Swap to celebrate fashion, sustainability, and the end of the year! For only $3, you may bring […]
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More Free Food!?

Leftover Indian food from Business School lunch available at front desk of Lerner while supplies last!
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And They’re Up!

Inflatables for Bacchanal come to life on South Lawn. Get excited for some life-size foosball! Photo by DH
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Free Food NOMNOMNOM

NOM^3, a student group working to start up a student-run food truck, will be supplying delicious free food on South Lawn from noon 1 p.m to 3 p.m. today as part of an ESC/CCSC Pre-Bacchanal event. Go get a baguette! Update, 12:40: At the table now, there are pear and ricotta baguettes, kabobs, carrot cake, […]
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Bacchanal! (Spec) Our very own Judie Lomax signs with the WNBA! (CU Athletics) The Times blogs about yesterday’s forum on “New York and the Electric Car.” Bloomberg: The Destroyer? (NYT) Photo via Wikimedia Commons
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