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Ebonie Smith, BC’07, On Gender Amplified

Barnard grad Ebonie Smith, BC’07, wears many hats–she is a music producer, sound engineer, and musician who both works as a producer for Atlantic Records and owns her very own independent music studio, Eudora House.  Ebonie is also the founder of Gender Amplified, a music festival which took place on Barnard’s campus last weekend.  Bwog […]

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Musical Weekend With CU

There’s a smattering of musical events featuring your classmates around the city tonight and through the weekend.  It’ll probably be more fun than breaking into some rando senior’s EC townhouse. NEWER SOUNDS: Back to School When: Tonight from 5-10 pm Where: Hostelling International at 104th and Amsterdam Cost: $5 for students Who: Not one but three […]

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And Thanks For All The Fish

Bwog is checking out for summer (unless something marvelously big happens that we simply must tell you about) as it is officially June, but first we’d like to give you a round-up of what’s been going on in the CU world these last two weeks.  It has definitely been a memorable semester and we hope you […]

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