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Get Hyped For Basketball Mania

Hold onto your basketball-shaped butts, because it’s time for Basketball Mania. On Thursday at 8:30 pm, the student councils will combine forces to host Columbia’s biggest pep rally of the year. Basketball Mania is a spirited mix of performing arts, pump-up music, and atrocious line dancing. The Lions won’t host a game in Levien Gymnasium […]

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Takeaways from Basketball Mania

Did you miss all the fun cheer last night? The ever peppy Ross Chapman has a roundup of the Mania of last night.  Fans filled the second floor lobby of the Dodge Fitness Center an hour before the event began. The entirety of Levien’s western bleachers became packed with students. The first 100 fans got […]

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Give Yourself Over To The Mania

Columbia, it’s time to get manic. Tonight is your annual chance to express the basketball-related excitement we know you’ve been bottling up all year. That’s right — it’s time for Basketball Mania, an event which one misguided Bwogger describes as “second only to Bacchanal.” Doors open at 8:15 in Levien Gym, but the Mania itself will run from […]

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Dance Marathon Shout-Out From The LA Lakers

In what might be the next best thing to having famous basketball folk on campus at random times during the year, the LA Lakers gave the Columbia Dance Marathon a nice little shout-out video. The marathon ran from the 23-24th this weekend.

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Basketball Mania Tonight!

Bwog isn’t really clear on exactly what Basketball Mania is, but we hear there will be free things in a heated building so we’re interested. Head to Dodge tonight to pick up a free long sleeve T-shirt, see performances by groups like the hip hop dance crew, Raw Elementz, and most likely partake in some […]

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SGA: Of Costumes and Event Calendars

Bwog’s SGA correspondent Renée Kraiem brings you the latest on costume contests, bureaucratic shakeups, and campus events, not-quite-live from the Diana. At last night’s meeting, the Colombian dancers emerged victorious from the Rep Council’s Inaugural Costume Contest. Madeline, Nicky Minaj and Gilly from Saturday Night Live also made surprise appearances. The SGA is getting a new VP […]

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CCSC: Legos and Logos

CCSC battled it out in the Satow Room. Maren Killackey lived to tell the tale. VP Funding Kevin Zhai solicited proposals from the Council for changes to the Lerner SGO (Student Government Office) space. Among the top suggestions were “bright colors,” “fish tank,” “really fun couches,” “nothing,” and “get rid of that weird computer bay.” It […]

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Free Thursday Night Things

Basketball Mania 10:00pm to 11:00pm in the Levien Gymnasium in Dodge (doors open at 9:30pm). The basketball season is beginning, which means that CU Athletics is bribing us all to venture down into the bowels of Dodge and watch whatever shenanigans go on during Bball Mania. Go early and bring your CUID. The first 600 students […]

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