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Illustrator Shane Maughn, not quite sure if tonight still counts as Primal Scream, primal screams.

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WBacchanal Round Up

On Saturday night, Barnard’s WBAR Radio took over Lehman Lawn to host its inaugural Fall Kickoff Concert, nicknamed “WBacchanal.” Paris Parker-Loan reports on how Clement Gelly, Mannequin Pussy and Clean Girls filled the Barnard air with alt/punk vibes.  WBAR, the independent freeform college radio station run by Barnard and Columbia students, kicked off its 21st […]

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“Bwog, what’s happening?” “Bwog, I think someone is getting murdered outside my window?” “Bwog, someone in Butler is SCREAMING!!!!” These are all tips we will probably get tonight. Why? Primal Scream is tonight at midnight. For about 5 minutes, things are going to get loud. And primal. Because tomorrow is Monday and we all have […]

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If all you wanna do is scream, here’s how to do it. Reposted for your auditory pleasure, the extra-comprehensive guide on letting it loose. Finals got you down? Then you can verbally vent your frustrations by participating in the Primal Scream. The guide for noobs: If your clock or watch is not auto-synced to the […]

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Break The Tension

After a week of campus imploding in nearly every way possible (still waiting on a legitimate protest of anything, though) in the midst of finals, Bwog thinks we all need a moment to give into that tingly feeling in the pit of your stomach, lean your head back, and just scream.  That’s right, tonight is […]

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