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A Very Zabardast Night

Last night, the South Asian a capella group Columbia Sur had their annual showcase, featuring a cappella groups from colleges all over the Northeast. The event, titled “Zabardast,” was an exploration of Bollywood romance and a pretty cool deal, so we sent over Deepika Padukone enthusiast (and Bwogger) Nadra Rahman to check it out. Coincidentally, she can […]

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Study Break It Down With Uptown Vocal

Take another break with another talented a capella group. This time, we’ve got some jazzy performances from Uptown Vocal.  Pump yourself up thinking about Bond, James Bond:

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