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Last weekend, CMTS  performed Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson. Historical hottie fan Alina Sodano, BC’17, watched the bloodbath.  Lock up your prepubescent children because Andrew Jackson is coming to town! Or rather, he came to town last weekend for CMTS’s production of Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, the not-so-orthodox rock musical that explores the complicated legacy of President Andrew […]

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For the 118th time in Columbia’s illustrious history, the Varsity Show is holding auditions for singers, dancers, actors, and generally talented students to participate in (you guessed it), the Varsity Show! This oldest of Columbia performing arts traditions has featured many famous alums in its day, including Rodgers and Hammerstein and more recently, Jenny Slate (the […]

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Have YOU had a conversation with a vagina? Mark Hay has. Bwog’s Chief Non-Female Consultant on Female Sexual Affairs reflects on a special night of vagina-seeking. Though not unfamiliar with the concept of The Vagina Monologues, your correspondent, like many, had never seen more than brief clips from the play before this weekend. Some memories and […]

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