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Daily Editor Lucia Towne attended Uptown Vocal’s Midsemester Cabaret on Saturday, February 25 at 8 pm in the Wien Lounge.

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It’s 2am. You’re at a party in EC. You’re sweaty, you’re sticky, and the room won’t stop spinning. You consider lying down on the floor and never getting up again. But then, you hear those signature opening bars, followed by that pterodactyl-like sound of your friends screeching – it’s that song. It’s your song. It’s the song. The […]

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Deantini and Dean Awn got themselves a surprise pre-Valentine’s serenade from none other than your local Kingsmen. To say the least, Bwog is jealous. We expect our surprise performance some time in the coming hours, or at least a V-day platonic hug. The gallon of chocolate is already empty and the mint chip one is […]

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