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Chicago and LA-based EDM DJs The White Panda will the headlining this year’s Columbia Music Festival, the awkward Wednesday concert in Roone Arledge Auditorium at 8 pm (doors at 7:30, so plan to get in line earlier than that) on April 9th. Students don’t need to pick anything up from TIC but should bring CUID and have it […]

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Due to inclement weather (boy does that sunshine seem long ago), the WBAR concert tomorrow (Friday) is being moved from the lawn to the Event Oval on LL1 of the Diana Center.  Doors open at 4:45 pm, show starts at 5 pm. On a similar vein, please note that security will be checking for CUIDs at […]

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On the third night of the Columbia Music Festival, WKCR is giving us Barry Altschul’s BRAHMA at 8:30 pm in the Lerner Party Space.  But if you want a full night packed full of Columbia-centric music programming, the community has got you covered: CUSH is having a Discussion on Underground & Mainstream Hip-Hop at 7 […]

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Bwog sent our top agent, Maren Killackey, to Sunday night’s exciting CSCC meeting. This is her report. Though initially excited – yes, excited – about the number of audience members at the CCSC meeting, my joy subsided to a disappointing realization that most people were only there to get their elections formed signed. ‘Tis the […]

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Columbia Music Festival keeps getting more exciting! After their announcement two weeks ago that Hoodie Allen would be the festival’s first headliner, more acts have been announced today by WBAR, Live at Lerner, and WKCR. WBAR announced that their headliner will be New York rapper Le1f. The concert will also include Queens rap trio Children of […]

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Happy Monday folks!  An early morning press release from CCSC gives us our first official announcement about the Columbia Music Festival (swanky website here), a week(ish) long collaboration between CCSC, Live at Lerner, WBAR, WKCR, Bacchanal, and Postcrypt. The first event of the week is CCSC’s Synaesthesia Kickoff Concert on Tuesday, April 9, where Hoodie Allen will […]

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A tipster sent us this photo of progressive house DJ 3LAU‘s spring touring schedule. It’s also posted on his official Facebook page. Look at April 18th: “New York, NY Columbia University” It’s not clear exactly why he’ll be playing here, though. The weeklong Columbia Music Festival, announced last month, was scheduled to run from April […]

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CCSC met last night (like it does every Sunday night) to discuss how to make Columbia a better place. Council Expert Maren Killackey reports. VP Campus Life Yanyi Luo kicked off Sunday night’s meeting with an exciting announcement about the Columbia Music Festival. To be held in lieu of College Days, the Festival will be […]

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