In deciding to move Columbia’s undergraduate spring concert to an off-campus venue, the Bacchanal committee cited the need to reserve funds for hiring the headlining artists. In response, students voiced concerns over the decision’s threat to Bacchanal’s culture as Columbia’s only undergraduate community-wide event....
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“Mine?” “Mine?” “Mine?” “Mine?” The animated squawking seagulls chant in unison, grasping for their hunger to be fulfilled.
The conductor entered the stage, turning to an oboist for a tuning note. Once the tuning subsided, he composed himself and the room went silent. He lifted his arms, the ensemble took a collective breath, and on the downbeat, the tuba began to play....
An enraptured crowd sits on the floor of CU Records, mere inches away from the musical world building before them. Vocals mix with chord progressions as the sounds of singer Jackie Marchal, CC ’22, and singer-pianist Sarah Kinsley Du, CC ’22, flow into the audience, pulling the room into their grasp. This will be a night to remember....
It’s that time of year again. Bright-eyed first-years and exhausted seniors alike participate in the chaos that accompanies the first few weeks of class. There’s no escaping it—unless there is....
CCSC approves creation of Bacchanal Governing Board, discusses procedures to remove ‘ineffective’ council members
During a packed last meeting of the semester, the Columbia College Student Council discussed the implementation of procedures to remove ineffective representatives, potential changes to club funding allocation based on measures of inclusivity, and the creation of a Bacchanal Governing Board that would include the undergraduate councils in financial decisions made by the Bacchanal Committee....
Mexican and Greek mythology were blended in “The Hungry Woman: A Mexican Medea,” an excellent and haunting tale of living in exile
Updated 11:09 p.m. on April 24.
The “Hoedown Throwdown” and urban dance are no conventional pairing. Yet, the combination of both on stage contributed to an impressive and heartwarmingly nostalgic performance which filled the Roone Arledge Auditorium with contagious laughter, roaring applause, and joyful sing-alongs....