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Ready to just move on from Bacchanal? Unfortunately, you still have to put up with all the great pictures we took at the event. This one goes out to all the people who were too drunk, high, or lawn-relegated to take good pictures, not to mention all the people who were CAVA’d at noon. Relive […]

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As you wind down after an eventful Saturday (or wind up, hopefully to our pregame/regame playlist), Bwog would like to take a moment to reflect on what Bacchanal has done to us, and what we did for it.  Bacchanal, Thank You For: Puked after having one glass of champagne “I’ve been over it for an hour […]

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Isn’t the Friday before Bacchanal just glorious? Birds are singing, sorority girls are bedazzling their fanny packs, and students are picking up from their dealer just in time for the big day. To help you get through the big day, we have put together our annual Bacchanal survival guide with all the info you need […]

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Now that we finally know who’s performing at Bacchanal (and that we’ll be herded into one of four pens instead of six), here’s a playlist to familiarize yourself with the artists–Rae Sremmurd, Marian Hill, and Bibi Bourelly–while studying for (what are hopefully some of your last) midterms. Come April 2, maybe you’ll actually know some […]

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Earlier this evening, an anonymous source on Bacchanal confirmed that Rae Sremmurd, Marian Hill, and Bibi Bourelly are headlining this year’s annual spring concert. This marks the first time in recent Bacchanal history that the headliners have included female performers. Today, the Bacchanal Committee met with Public Safety for another formal event review concerning the layout of the […]

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Today the Bacchanal committee released information regarding this year’s ticketing policy. In case you weren’t here for last year’s (lupe) fiasco, Public Safety limited access to the concert to only 4,000 undergraduate students at a cost of $7/ticket, the first time the committee charged to attend the concert. This year’s concert will still be limited […]

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With just three weeks until Bacchanal, members of the opening band, EVELINE, took time yesterday out of their busy schedule to sit down with our Arts Editor. The all-freshmen band comprised of Zibo Gao (vocals), Sias Marking (guitar), Bruce Young (guitar), Nick Greene (bass/cello), and Marco Starger (drums) talked about how they got their start as a band, how […]

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Today the Bacchanal Executive Board released an official statement regarding this year’s annual spring concert, appropriately titled “They Don’t Want You To Bacch.” The show is scheduled to take place on Saturday, April 2, 2016, a date that was chosen “carefully to avoid any religious holidays, Days on Campus, and set-up for graduation.” As we count down the days until […]

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