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If you live in a suite and/or are a glutton for fame, the Blue&White wants YOU! For the upcoming Harvest issue, we are writing about several living arrangements we’ve dubbed ‘Powersuites’– suites with students who are all involved in one activity, are notable campus folk, or otherwise engaged in an interesting living situation. If you […]

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It’s been a long time since Bwog last checked in with the kids of Exclusion Suite, this year’s answer to the campy and wonderful Gates. Episode two was released mid-May, but Bwog, in our efforts to escape the offensively unfriendly heat, just got around to watching it. Exclusion Suite episode two begins with an acoustic […]

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The first off-putting parts of “Exclusion Suite,” the new campus soap opera, are the silences. The opening dialogue aspires to that cute, pause-filled pace that was charmingly offbeat before Aaron Sorkin pounded it into every episode of every show he ever wrote. But the tentative, plucky background music falls out of rhythm with the lines […]

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Expecting Exclusion

The soap opera scene (and all of the many glories associated with it – remember The Gates?) has made a triumphant return to Columbia with the brand-spanking new release of The Exclusion Suite, touted by its creator as “Columbia’s newest dramatic web-TV series.”  From the looks of it, The Exclusion Suite is off to a […]

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