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The weather’s been lovely lately, perfect for lawn lounging, Low Beach protests, and, tonight at 6 pm, Live At Lerner’s first spring concert, “Sounds Outdoors” on the sundial, featuring The Morningsiders and Ripe. We’re cozy with The Morningsiders, a campus band that graduated in 2014 and still uses Columbia’s neighborhood as its name. (They actually […]

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Remember Bacchanal last year? –Just kidding, who ever does? Well, for those of you who weren’t around, you missed the biggest band on campus, the Morningsiders. Here’s your chance to read up on who they are and what they’ve been up to since last year’s Battle of the Bands and their opening performance for Macklemore. […]

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If you need a little something to accompany you on the walk to your next final, we have video evidence of people being talented at Columbia. Here’s “Empress,” the new music video from Morningsiders (a.k.a. a really cool band whose blurb is below). Enjoy! And maybe get inspired. Morningsiders is Magnus Ferguson, Reid Jenkins, Robert […]

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  Lowlapalooza is tomorrow from 10 am to 7 pm! Get yo’self acquainted with the acts before they start.  Melissa O’Sullivan brings you String Theory and Taylor Simone and Noel Gutierrez-Morfin presents The Morningsiders. String Theory (11:25 to 11:55 am) String Theory isn’t your usual string ensemble. These 5 cellists–Justin Zhao, SEAS ’15; Nathan Chan, CC’15; […]

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