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Self-proclaimed Orgo Night Veteran and Chief Ref Room Correspondent Sameea Butt meditates on the highs and lows of everyone’s favorite library musical comedy show. Something has become obvious to this Bwogger and five-time attendee of Orgo Night about the crowds that pack Butler 209 on a semesterly basis. Despite the speakers’ more than capable enunciation […]

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Update: The band has provided a video showcasing assorted jokes and songs from last night. Relive the action below. Last night, Butler 209 played host to Orgo Night, one of Columbia’s time-honored traditions and the reason many upperclassmen choose to move off campus. Bwog will have a full review later today, but for now, check […]

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