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Orgo Night Recategorizes As Protest

The Columbia University Marching Band released a statement tonight declaring their intent to perform Orgo Night in protest to Vice Provost Ann Thornton’s decision to forbid the event from occurring in Butler 209. Specifically, the Band claims that Columbia’s decision to block the use of 209 is a suppression of free speech which all groups […]

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Marching Band Prohibited From Playing Orgo Night In Butler 209

According to an email to the CU Marching Band Alumni Association from association director Sam Rowan, members of the Band leadership met yesterday with Chief Librarian and Vice Provost Ann Thornton. Thornton informed them that the Band would not be allowed to hold Orgo Night in Butler 209.  Orgo Night, the Band’s traditional end-of-semester event critiquing events at […]

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CUMB Releases First Round Of Fall Orgo Night Flyers

The end of the semester is approaching, and that means it’s almost time for everyone’s favorite opportunity to laugh at jokes they’d be too uncomfortable to make in front of their friends: Orgo Night. This year, as in all years, Orgo Night will be held the last night of reading week (not the night before […]

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A Fuck Trump Anthem: Following The Band On Election Night

On election night, the Columbia University Marching Band (CUMB) took to the streets of midtown to cause one hell of a ruckus. They paraded for over two hours from Trump Tower down 5th Avenue and on over to Broadway, tuba in tow. First years Sarah Kinney and Youngweon Lee decided to tag along, and Sarah describes her […]

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Bwog Asked: What Do You Think About Columbia Winning The Homecoming Game?

Once upon a time, Bwog stopped writing about the f-word. Since last year, though, we are once again recognizing that the football team exists. We took to Butler tonight to ask the library-dwellers what they think about Columbia’s homecoming win yesterday (more comprehensive homecoming coverage to come tomorrow–our resident bandies/sports writers are still recovering). Butler […]

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Campus Activists Release 2016 “Disorientation Guide”

The Disorientation Guide is back for NSOP 2016. Made by student activists, the “zine’s” purpose is to familiarize new students with campus activism and educate them on the various causes and how they can get involved. You can check out the 2016 guide here. This new version pulls from the 2014 iteration, re-purposing content such […]

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Orgo Night: A New Direction?

Per Bwog tradition, we sent two fresh-faced first-years to review Orgo Night. Sanam Jalinous and Asya Sagnak did not hold back, even surprising some other Bwog staffers. Is this Bwog’s next big scandal? CUMB probably hopes so. Bwog isn’t new to taking jabs. Better yet – Bwog isn’t new to taking jabs, especially from our friends […]

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Should You Stay, Orgo?

Should you stay or should you go? Well, if that’s not a rhetorical question and you’re asking about Orgo Night, the answer is: go! Tonight at 11:59 pm precisely, all hell will break loose in Butler 209: CUMB is putting on its 69th “semi-annual” Orgo Night show/demonstration/what have you. Bwog will be there, of course, […]

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Orgo Night Posters Are Back (And They’re Better)

While Butler reeks of stress and procrastination (and also genuine butt), CUMB has perfumed our moods with some comedic relief by releasing some of the second round of Orgo Night posters. There is a notable absence of highly offensive jokes–are CUMB and controversy on a hiatus? Regardless, we’re sure they’ll be back together this Thursday at 11:59 […]

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Orgo Night Posters Have Landed

This morning, we woke up to cars honking, New Yorkers shouting, and the first round of posters for Orgo Night – the Marching Band’s semiannual panel discussion on everything wrong with Columbia right now, featuring music that was popular three years ago. Orgo Night will be held (as per tradition) at 11:59pm the night before finals […]

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Rush GTB (Gamma Theta Beta, Not GTB^2)

Tired of all the recent sorority drama? Hoping to join an organization that loves and supports the real you? Ready to live life with no restrictions (and practically unlimited access to alcohol)? If you answered yes to any of those questions, the Columbia University Marching Band has just the place for you: Gamma Theta Beta. […]

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Breaking: Second Round Of Fall 2015 Orgo Night Posters Released

The second (and more controversial) round of Orgo Night posters have hit Butler bulletin boards (you can look at the first round of posters here). As one would expect, the posters contain Donald Trump jokes (Is he still funny? The world seems undecided), a play on Hotline Bling’s album art, and yet another reference to […]

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Breaking: CUMB Releases First Round Of Fall 2015 Orgo Night Posters

It’s that time of year again folks: the Columbia University Marching Band has released their first round of flyers for this year’s Fall Orgo Night taking place December 16th at 11:59PM in Butler 209. While these posters are definitely less controversial than those of previous years, we expect the event itself to maintain its usual level of offense. As always, Bwog plans […]

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From The Issue: Uncomfortable Conversations

The Blue and White just released their November issue of the mag online last night, and we’re posting a few of the pieces throughout the week. First, we bring you a piece by Editor-in-chief Hallie Nell Swanson on the language of safety on campus. This summer, a series of articles released in mainstream media outlets […]

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#TBT: Touchdowns To Tears

After three long years of losing, the Lions football team emerged victorious from their battle with Wagner this weekend (we’re sure you haven’t noticed). The last time they won a game was almost three years ago. Staff Writer Mia Lindheimer takes a look at what happened during that fateful game, the Lions’ last glimpse of […]

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