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Did we mention that Bacchanal is tomorrow? And that it’s probably going to rain? Whether you “forgot,” “don’t care,” or have been “ready for months,” Bwog’s got you covered on the outfit to wear. The Person Who Has Been Ready For Months They have literally been thinking of this outfit since they passed out before […]

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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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Holi 2011—it happened just this morning in front of Pupin! Scores of Columbia students gathered to engage in the powdered paint fight that is Holi, a whimsically carefree Hindu celebration of spring. This Bwogger (post-shower, thankfully—that paint is super hard to get out of your hair!) can honestly say that the sense of Columbia community […]

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Holi on Hiatus

Bad news for lovers of Hindu festivals that involve people dumping paint one another! Tomorrow’s planned celebration of Holi has been postponed until next week on account of weather, so please do not go to Ancel Plaza tomorrow and start throwing paint at random people! Instead, why not check out Bwog’s past coverage of Holi? […]

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Holi Moli!

In case you weren’t able to make this morning’s Hindu festivities, Bwog’s got your back. Here are some photographs of the multicolored madness that went down at Holi 2010. Photos by Anna Cooperberg

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If inflatable obstacle courses, free shotglasses, and three wild and crazy musical acts weren’t enough for you, well, you’re in luck! On today’s program: 11:30am-1:30pm Holi on the Plaza Ancel Plaza (just outside EC & SIPA) Join the Hindu Students Organization in celebrating this festival of colors. There will be 1500 pounds of colored paint for spraying […]

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Hungover East Campus residents stumbled out this morning to people assaulting each other with rang.  This year’s Holi had its largest ever turnout – Bwog saw many neighborhood kids rolling around in the colors. As Bwog left, trashcans were being filled with water to make people recognizable again. Another picture of the aftermath after the jump.

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Today was the HSO’s big Holi bash, and for those who missed the fun, here are some photos from the spring holiday, which featured more than 700 lbs. of paint, lots of water, and general mayhem.    Thanks to Ramya Pratiwadi and Sumaiya Ahmed for the photos!

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Battlefield EC

Lucky Hindus. Every religion should have a “go crazy and throw paint at each other” day. Better than the pictures from this morning are the comments Bwog overheard this afternoon… “I’ve been in the shower for an hour, and my tits are still green.”  “I still have paint coming out of my ears. I clean […]

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