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On Sunday, April 16, Staff Writer Maya Reisner and Arts Editor Grace Novarr attended EASTERX! the second installment of the XMAS! storyline.

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Last weekend, CMTS  performed Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson. Historical hottie fan Alina Sodano, BC’17, watched the bloodbath.  Lock up your prepubescent children because Andrew Jackson is coming to town! Or rather, he came to town last weekend for CMTS’s production of Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, the not-so-orthodox rock musical that explores the complicated legacy of President Andrew […]

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We are pleased to announce the creative team that will be bringing you Columbia’s 119th Varsity Show! With a few new faces, several old ones, and one actor-turned-director, we can’t wait to see what this team puts together. Producers: Ally Engelberg (BC ’15, Publicity V118) and Laura Quintela (CC ’14) Writers: Isabel Lopez (CC ’13) […]

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