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Bwoglines: Got the Blues Edition

A couple of people in butt pads threw around a ball last night and it was kind of a BD. As the Giants go into the Superbowl to face the Patriots in almost identical circumstances as the 2007 season, ESPN is calling it déjà blue. Is that similar to browning-out? (ESPN) Football wasn’t the only show that McBainers […]

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Soul Searching with Columbia’s Latest Singing Sensation: Tara Priya, CC ’08

For those seeking a soulful September jam, Columbia’s latest singing sensation, Tara Priya, CC ’08, offers a nostalgic escape from the autotune avalanche. Her sound is a throwback to the likes of Billie Holiday and Etta James, but never anachronistic. With influences ranging from Tupac to opera, Tara has developed a powerful voice of her […]

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Bwog Interviews: Slow Down with Pandit

Contessa Gayles woke up very, very early to meditate and hang out with Columbia’s Bhakti Club. After a 7:00 AM mantra meditation session, she sat down to talk with Gadadhara Pandit Dasa, the current—and first ever— Hindu chaplain at Columbia. They spoke about a typical day in the life of a Hare Krishna monk, and […]

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