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Ready to just move on from Bacchanal? Unfortunately, you still have to put up with all the great pictures we took at the event. This one goes out to all the people who were too drunk, high, or lawn-relegated to take good pictures, not to mention all the people who were CAVA’d at noon. Relive […]

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Dorothy is a member of the Barnard class of 2018, an American Studies major with a concentration in journalism, a skateboarder, an artist, and an activist. But most people know them as the person who hooked up with Swae Lee, the younger brother of the hip hop duo Rae Sremmurd, after Bacchanal last Saturday. I reached […]

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Everyone has been sharing their best Bacchanal war stories, but one student may have officially won the contest. Late last night, a Barnard student publicly posted in the public Facebook group “Overheard @ Barnard” a picture that appears to be them and Swae Lee, one brother of the Bacchanal headliner group named Rae Sremmurd. The photo […]

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This is not an April Fools’ Day joke, we repeat, this is not an April Fools’ Day joke. According to multiple tips, the Bacchanal Committee has contacted an additional performer to headline tomorrow’s show. Hippie Sabotage is rumored to be the secret artist joining Bibi Bourelly, Marian Hill, and Rae Sremmurd on stage tomorrow. Despite performing in Austin tonight […]

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Any Columbia student with eyes has noticed the intimidating group of students with cigarettes dominating the fronts of John Jay and Butler. These tobacco tyrants all seem to know exactly what to do and when, making it difficult for newbies to find a way in. Bwog writer Gabbie gifts you with everything you need to know.  […]

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Now that we finally know who’s performing at Bacchanal (and that we’ll be herded into one of four pens instead of six), here’s a playlist to familiarize yourself with the artists–Rae Sremmurd, Marian Hill, and Bibi Bourelly–while studying for (what are hopefully some of your last) midterms. Come April 2, maybe you’ll actually know some […]

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Earlier this evening, an anonymous source on Bacchanal confirmed that Rae Sremmurd, Marian Hill, and Bibi Bourelly are headlining this year’s annual spring concert. This marks the first time in recent Bacchanal history that the headliners have included female performers. Today, the Bacchanal Committee met with Public Safety for another formal event review concerning the layout of the […]

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We have received information from a Bacchanal committee member confirming multiple tips that Rae Sremmurd, Marian Hill, and Bibi Bourelly are this year’s headliners for the annual Spring Bacchanal concert. According to our source, Public Safety and administrators in charge of planning Bacchanal are stonewalling the Committee from sharing any information about this year’s headliners with the student body until after all the tickets […]

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