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Are you a black-identifying individual attending Barnard College? Want to hear from fellow black-identifying Barnard students and alumni? Bold, Beautiful, Black at Barnard will be happening from today up until Wednesday with various events throughout the three days! Below is the schedule for each of the events and panels that will be held for you to […]

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Never listened to a WBAR/WKCR show before? Want to? Don’t know where to start? Don’t worry, Bwog’s always looking out for you. Bwoggers, Jenny Zhu and Megan Chew, asked around Bwog and Barnumbia for the best radio shows our university has to offer. Here’s what the people have to say. WBAR Barnard Residential Life: Heard great things […]

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You may not have a Coachella ticket, but you definitely have a ticket to the WBAR-B-Q (because it’s free). Today in the Diana Center Event Oval, everyone in world is invited to enjoy live music, fake grass, and free food. The event is set to start at 4 and run until 10, so be sure to […]

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Morgan Hughes, better known as Trill Mah, rose to Columbia music fame last Spring when she was selected as an opener for Bacchanal. Senior Staffer Briana caught up with the artist to see what she’s been up to this year with music and life. “I live on the fifth floor, so I’m sorry in advance for […]

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This Saturday night at 9PM, 4×4 Magazine celebrates the end of its first semester with an event co-hosted with WBAR. The event will feature lit readings as well as performances by Neoseeker, Solid Gold Luxury, and Drug Pizza. So far this semester 4×4 has garnered hundreds of submissions for its award, which will be judged by […]

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In appreciation for its ancestral role in our own lineage, Bwog posts features from each new issue of The Blue and White (whose new website will launch next week!). You can look forward to a personal exploration of the Trans Narrative; a debunking of the Board of Trustees; and an interview with Ta-Neshi Coates. Snatch up […]

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As the school year starts, you will be inundated with student groups asking you to leave your fields to flower and join them.  Before you go signing up for every listserv under the sun, we wanted to provide you with a brief rundown on the cafeteria of Columbia–those student groups that make the most buzz […]

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Due to inclement weather (boy does that sunshine seem long ago), the WBAR concert tomorrow (Friday) is being moved from the lawn to the Event Oval on LL1 of the Diana Center.  Doors open at 4:45 pm, show starts at 5 pm. On a similar vein, please note that security will be checking for CUIDs at […]

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WBAR While You Eat

Starting this Monday, April 1st, the Diana Center 2nd Floor Lunchroom will simulcast WBAR (Barnard College Radio) programming over its loudspeaker during weekday lunch hours. From Monday to Friday from 11 am to 3 pm, members of the Barnard/Columbia community who have chosen to be well-nourished by the Diana Center Cafe will receive additional nourishment from […]

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Free Birthday Cake

Bwog apologizes for the late post, but tonight at 6:30 in Altschul Atrium at Barnard, WBAR will be celebrating its 20th anniversary of broadcasting with a concert and zine release party! There will be FREE BIRTHDAY CAKE on hand. There will be four great student bands: Pariguayo, Distro J, Drug Pizza, and Rutabaga. And two […]

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Columbia Music Festival keeps getting more exciting! After their announcement two weeks ago that Hoodie Allen would be the festival’s first headliner, more acts have been announced today by WBAR, Live at Lerner, and WKCR. WBAR announced that their headliner will be New York rapper Le1f. The concert will also include Queens rap trio Children of […]

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Tomorrow night, starting at 7: 30, WBAR’s 3rd annual Winter Formal, Goth Cruise, will be setting sail from the Diana Event Oval.  Goth/formal dress is encouraged, and a goth first mate and captain will be named. The show will feature: A rare performance of the bouncy, harmonized post-punk of Household whose 2011 Items was one of the year’s best records; […]

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WBAR-B-Q is Here!

Update: Peace Food is catering some “FANCY FANCY” vegan food, and more will be arriving at 4:30. A peek at the happy concertgoers is below. WBAR’s annual day-long free concert is happening now! This year, acts include DâM-FunK, Widowspeak, and Bush Tetras, among many others. There will be joy and music and free BBQ from 2 to 7 […]

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A Little Day Music

This fine Saturday, WBAR, Barnard’s College Radio will host their 19th annual music festival and BBQ. The shows will run from 2 pm to 7 pm on Lehman Lawn, then party on inside to the Diana Oval until bedtime (at 10 pm). Judging from the lineup, genres will range from carefree folk to 80s throwback […]

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Instead of pre-gaming with cheap vodka in your J.Crew swag, drink some blood red wine and dye your hair black, GOTH PROM 1986 is tonight! WBAR is throwing the party, and appropriate dress is strongly recommended, so ask that mysterious nocturnal figure dressed in black down your hall if you can borrow some of his/her […]

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