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Jeffers Win Study Break

Need another finals pick-me-up?  Yesterday we showed you The Morningsiders’ new video for their song “Empress.”  Today, we bring you a video set to the Jeffers Win song “I Can’t Call You (I’m in the Army).”  Columbia band, Columbia crew, and some Columbia landmarks for you to point at and say “OMG I’VE TOTALLY BEEN […]

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Lowla: The Performers, Part 2

On Sunday, Lowlapalooza comes to Columbia, bringing with it the talent of student bands and musical camaraderie. Bwog’s Noel Gutierrez-Morfin sat in on a rehearsal with Mickey McDonald and Chateau Rouge while Alexandra Svokos visited Jeffers Win. Come meet the acts. Mickey McDonald (10:25 to 10:45 am) The really great thing about Mickey McDonald is that […]

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