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This Bwog Life: Columbia Stories

At 9 pm tomorrow night, WKCR is broadcasting the first part of This Columbia Life, a two-hour radio show created by Emily Kwong and Anneke Gronke, both CC ’12. Emily and Anneke recorded various Columbia students as they talked about or performed arts pieces about their experiences at Columbia. But now the interviewers have become […]

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The Go! Teams

Yesterday was a perfect day in our ever-more perfect union for a perfect sport:  kickball. Emma Jacobs writes in that WKCR crushed WBAR in the semi-annual Station Game, held in Central Park. The final score was 13-2, ‘KCR.  Unfortunately WBAR members forgot to bring the trophy.  They did, however, remember their vintage boombox.  Which station’s […]

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Alive and Kickin’

News has it (or shows, rather) that Barnard radio station WBAR has unleashed a new website, featuring a new-and-improved albeit bizzarely colonial layout. Noteable changes also include a “Now Playing” sidebar that features a photo for the show currently on air, a more organized online schedule, and a “Show of the Week” feature if you’re […]

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