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Versace Hits The FloOrchesis

Elle Ferguson, Bwog staff writer and future dance editor, takes a sneak peek at Orchesis’s performance during their dress rehearsal. Orchesis, the largest dance group on campus will be performing this weekend in the Roone Arledge Auditorium. Their dress rehearsal on Thursday promised an amazing show for all audience members. The first piece of the show starts […]

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DumbledOrchesis

Madysen Luebke, a wizard who “just hasn’t gotten her Hogwarts letter yet,” sat down and had the retinal signals of the Spring Orchesis performance relayed to her brain. Although the lack of Harry Potter was greatly disappointing (given the title), the Spring Orchesis performance still delivered a good dose of the headmaster’s charisma the audience […]

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