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Traditional: Tonight, at 11:59 in Butler 209, the Marching Band will sing songs and make jokes of questionable taste. Unorthodox: An actually pretty funny promotional video from the band. Unexpected: As an extra credit project for his orgo class, Professor Campos called for original music videos. Here’s our favorite. (Click CC to turn on the captions)

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Hopa! Spirit springs to life today. Barnard’s Greek Games are here at last. Open to all years and schools, the Games will see strong, beautiful women striving before the gods until Tuesday. Events range from ancient–the gymnasia (traditional discus throwing)–to the seventies–toga tie dye. Check out more Facebook event details here. Tonight’s events are as follows: […]

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Lily Icangelo satirically explains why horror, bemusement, and brunchfoods go hand in hand at Barnard’s traditional last-night-before-finals feast. Midnight Breakfast is as absolutely terrifying as it is incredibly awesome. Walking into a crowded gym of highly stressed out, type-A personality, sleep-deprived girls? So, SO scary. The nervous energy that fills LeFrak Gym during Midnight Breakfast […]

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