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While you’re going to have to wait for our full review of Orgo Night, we bring you the script of tonight’s performance by the Columbia University Marching Band. CUMB packed Butler 209 per tradition the night before the Orgo exam and delivered uncomfortable jokes to their audience. Take a break from reading about some boring […]

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Tonight, we celebrate our school as best we know how with communal food before finals and offense given to everyone and everything! At precisely the stroke of midnight, in Butler 209, the Columbia University Marching Band will be hosting “the 60th consecutive 69th semi-annual Orgo Night.” This alleged act of public service (as well as […]

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CUMB is releasing its Fall 2014 Orgo Night posters soon! According to one Bwogger/CUMB member, a “big flyering effort is scheduled for tonight.” Catch a sneak preview below, and be sure to get to Butler 209 for Orgo Night next Thursday!

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At the last Bwog meeting, we asked who wanted to review Orgo Night. Elizabeth Self asked “What’s Orgo Night?”  We responded, “Don’t worry about it just show up to Butler 209 at 11:30 pm.” So for you this semester we have two accounts of Orgo Night: from an Orgo virgin and a more, uh, experienced […]

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