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We know you’d rather be sipping margaritas on a sunny beach in the sand. But you’re not. You’ve still got over a week to go until spring break (but day-drinking could be fun). Lucky for you, Bwog’s Arts Editor Kyra Bloom made this list of arts-related events that will ease the pain of midterm season. […]

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Now that they’ve won the right to use lion likenesses on their class t-shirts, the 2014 Class Councils have gone cat-crazy! Tonight, starting at 11 pm in the Lerner Party Space, they’re hosting a COSMIC CAT SPACE JAM RAVE // MARDI GRAS DISCO. They’ve hired Spicy Special—not the drunk-food sandwiches, but the DJs who usually […]

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Yesterday CCSC released its list of party tickets for the 2010-2011 year. The following are running for the executive board; class council candidates are below the jump. The Naked Party President: Eugenio Suarez VP of Campus Life: Opal Hoyt VP of Communications: Laura Gabriele VP of Finance: Stephanie Wilhelm VP of Policy: Beezly Kiernan Stand Columbia […]

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Well, what do you know!  Alfred Lerner Hall is having a birthday, and you’re all invited!   It’s been ten years since the much-maligned student center first opened.  There’s no cake, but there’s a banner and several photos from Lerner’s younger years taped to the glass. And praise be, they’re visible from the outside as […]

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