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Bwoglines: Indigenous Land And Nordstrom Edition

Ease out of your Halloweekend Hangover and into reality with today’s Bwoglines.

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Bwog Reviews: Kingsmen K’Winter Concert

On a chilly Saturday afternoon, Bwog baby Jenny Zhu decided to break out of Butler for once, brave the first flurries of the Columbia school year, and stop by the Kingsmen K’winter concert. As winter approaches, some inevitable markers of the annual seasons come with it: swaths of new wintry snow, the impending doom of finals […]

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Tamasha Rising Tomorrow Night!

Tamasha Rising is Friday, April 8 (tomorrow!) from 7:15 to 11pm, in Roone Arledge Auditorium. Held every spring by Club Zamana, Tamasha attracts over 1000 undergraduates, graduates, alumni, and parents. This talent showcase is designed to promote South Asian culture and to encourage campus unity. This year’s show will include performances by: Raas Bhangra Dhoom Taal […]

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A Very Zabardast Night

Last night, the South Asian a capella group Columbia Sur had their annual showcase, featuring a cappella groups from colleges all over the Northeast. The event, titled “Zabardast,” was an exploration of Bollywood romance and a pretty cool deal, so we sent over Deepika Padukone enthusiast (and Bwogger) Nadra Rahman to check it out. Coincidentally, she can […]

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Study Break It Down With Metrotones

In our continuing attempts at cheering you up through the power of music, we take a decidedly sadder turn with Bill Withers’ classic “Ain’t No Sunshine.”  Ok yes, it’s a depressing song and the title may be a little too real a description of your last two weeks, but this arrangement and Bunge Okeyo, BC’13, […]

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Study Break It Down With Uptown Vocal

Take another break with another talented a capella group. This time, we’ve got some jazzy performances from Uptown Vocal.  Pump yourself up thinking about Bond, James Bond:

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Study Break It Down With SHARP

It’s finals and things are kinda dark. But why not cheer up with some musical stylings from the lovely boys of SHARP? Throughout the week, as you’re taking finals, we’ll give you some quick study breaks featuring the talented musical groups at Columbia. Here, SHARP honors the greatest musical genius of our time, featuring a […]

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Alt Breakers: Pizmon Trip

As Facebook won’t stop telling us, everyone and their mother apparently went on a rollicking trip to a beach–everyone, that is, except for those good souls who traveled for some purpose other than Ultra or visiting the fam.  If you took some sort of alternate spring break trip, tell us about it at tips@bwog.com.  Here […]

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Notes and Keys on VH1

While you were cramming for your first final, Notes and Keys, Columbia’s oldest co-ed a cappella group, performed on VH1’s Big Morning Buzz Live with the likes of Bon Jovi and Christina Milian (Kermit was also there, but he didn’t sing). A tipster tells us that the group was contacted by Universal Pictures to promote the […]

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Where Art Thou?

Bored? Where Art Thou? is here to help. There’s no better way to procrastinate studying for finals and writing twenty-page papers then seeing the many arts events on and off campus this weekend! If you’d like to help your fellow classmates delay their studies, submit your event to events@bwog.com. Thursday Fall 2011 Student Prints, 5 pm […]

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Where Art Thou?

New York City has endless opportunities to enjoy some truly magnificent  (and other not so magnificent) works of theatre, dance, art, and music. But they’re all so expensive?! We know. Stay home this weekend and appreciate what free and not-so-free cultural experiences Morningside Heights has to offer. If you’d like your local (or not so local!) Columbia […]

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Scary Free Food is Still Free Food

Anyone looking for seasonal frights, an a capella singalong, free food, and puns galore usually has to trek to three or four campus events to complete that checklist.  Tonight, though, look no further–Nonsequitur is throwing their NonSPOOKuitur (pun number one) Fall Study Break Concert in HalloWIEN Lounge (pun number two) tonight at 8:00pm.  Uptown Vocal […]

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 Photo via Book of Face A capella groups are to college as semi-nude, older gentlemen are to Dodge on the weekends; they’re unavoidable, ostentatious, and often unwelcome. Among the multitudinous a capella groups on campus, many are better known for their provocative recruitment posters than their performances.  Every once in a while, however, a group […]

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Not a Creature Was Stirring, except for Some Frat Guys

Apparently, much went down on campus during break. Disconnected from e-mail while we tanned with Grandma Bwoggette down in Florida, we only just came upon this missive from Chris Beam: It’s 10:55 p.m. There are, as I speak, four guys from Psi U performing an a capella rendition of “It’s Hard Out Here for a […]

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Crazy Shit that Will Distract You When You Need it Most

Once upon a time, Columbians dared to dream. Musicals in Butler Library. Silent dance parties on South Field. Pornography clubs at Acivities Day. Those dreamers constituted Prangstgrüp. And it pains Bwog to learn that few Columbians today are aware of the sauciest avant garde prankster group to ever mock Columbia. True, most of Prangstgrüp’s members […]

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