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Jessica walks up to the podium to give her valedictorian speech, all while unaware that Bella is about to turn into a vampire in the next movie.
While many students are spread out across the world this year, new staff writer Anna Eggers looks at art pieces in the 1880s-1940s collection at MoMA to give a glimpse into what awaits students in
Fret not, freshpeople who didn’t make it to campus: Sydney Contreras is here to help you recreate the oh-so formative first-year crying experiences that make and break your spirit!
Just because Bacchanal as we know it isn’t happening doesn’t mean you can’t throw your own unofficial, individual, socially-distanced Bacchanal from the comfort of your own home. Don’t know where to start? Here are ten tips.
It’s our favorite campus holiday: Bacchanal! It’s the time of year when you shed your seasonal depression, wear shorts no matter the weather, and end your night at 3 PM only to wake up and party later. For the first years, transfers, exchange students, and any other Bacch virgins, Bacchanal is the Columbia version of fun, […]
There is no announcement of a headlining performer at this year’s Bacchanal festival, the Bacchanal Committee’s Publicity Chair Redd Ingram stated in a press conference today.
Happy midterms szn!!! As you avoid studying for your midterms/doing that 10 page essay due tomorrow at 8:40 AM, get caught up with some obscure news you definitely should know about but probably could live without.
We’re just weeks away from the biggest party this side of Morningside, and there’s still no official word on who the Bacchanal headliner’s going to be. In the event that no one’s yet been picked, we’d like to offer some (very implausible) suggestions. If you’ve got any info on Bacchanal, the phone lines are open at email@example.com.
Bacchanal may be over, but that doesn’t mean we can’t gather like war veterans ’round a fireplace and share our best and strangest tales from that storied Saturday (read: less than 24 hours ago). As chroniclers of campus life, human interest stories, and general tomfoolery, we here at Bwog want to hear about all the […]
From the creators of The Bacchanal Educational Playlist, we present to you Bwog’s Ultimate Pregame Playlist. Whether you’re pregaming Bacchanal or 1020, these are some basic, versatile songs to get LIT to (don’t worry, I hate that I just used that phrase too). This one is dedicated to all those sucky frat parties with equally sucky music – watch, […]
No idea who Ty Dolla $ign is? Still as pumped for Bacchanal as we are? Lucky for you, Bwoggers and icons Jenny Zhu and Idris O’Neill compiled a Bacchanal Educational Playlist that provides a basic introduction to the hits of Ty Dolla $ign, Kamaiyah, and St. Beauty. Educate yoself!
This afternoon, the Bacchanal committee announced that this year’s spring concert headliner will be rapper TY Dolla $ign. He will be joined on stage by Kamaiyah and St. Beauty, and student group Soul for Youth will open the April 7 concert on Low Steps. This year’s concert theme will be Pop Lock and Bacch it. Only […]
We all know a lot of people get CAVA’d at Bacchanal. But since our lovely friends on CU-EMS won’t tell us just how many, we will have to do the math ourselves. Bwog writer Gabrielle Kloppers is here to help for all you liberal arts majors. Let’s list the assumptions of this equation: # of […]
Since we already posted a Bacchanal field notes, these field notes are slightly more… tame? I guess a little. Honestly, at this point, we’re just trying to remind ourselves that life exists outside of Bacchanal. Here’s our half-assed effort. There is only one section because literally everything this weekend was Bacchanal-related: Woke up after 10 […]