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Last Thursday, Deputy Editor Nikita Nambiar attended an event at the National Jazz Museum in Harlem as a part of an event series called Music on the Brain. The event, was organized by Columbia University’s Zuckerman Institute and featured musical artist T.K Blue and evolutionary biologist Wyatt Toure.

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Choose neuroscience if you want to know why you forgot why you walked into a room.

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Daily Editor Nikita Nambiar sat down with Anne Sappenfield (BC ‘25)  and August Mars Lange (BC ‘25), the directors of an upcoming shadow cast production of the Rocky Horror Picture Show, which will take place this Monday and Tuesday. 

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Amateur Jazz enthusiast and Bwog daily editor Nikita Nambiar squished herself onto a little sofa in ADP house two Thursdays ago to Listen to a Jazz set by Jon Block Quintet. The group performed as part of a bi-weekly Jazz night series organized by Coffeehaus Jam Club.

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