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If you didn’t make it to last night’s Rawcus 360, you really missed out on a supremely lit evening. Although this was a one-off and one-of-a-kind performance, Bwog writer Gabrielle Kloppers is here to give you all the details. On campus this week, you could not have missed the hype about Raw Elementz and Rawcus […]

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South Asian Student Association Club Zamana put on its annual showcase, featuring several South Asian dance groups and bands as well as some other popular campus groups. Raw Elementz, CU Sur, Dhoom, String Theory, Raas, Taal, CU Raaga, and CU Bhangra all came out to perform. Bwog daily and unabashed Desi dude Fainan Lakha gives […]

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Bwog isn’t really clear on exactly what Basketball Mania is, but we hear there will be free things in a heated building so we’re interested. Head to Dodge tonight to pick up a free long sleeve T-shirt, see performances by groups like the hip hop dance crew, Raw Elementz, and most likely partake in some […]

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