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EP Review – CAMPO’s “Fifty Seven”

Saturday, March 4th, 2017

Small but mighty “Campo” has been on the Skidmore music scene for a couple of years now. Whether you’re an OG Fangirl, or you just found out that they’re not the ones who confiscated your bong from your room that one time, you probably know that they dropped their first EP today on Bandcamp! If you haven’t heard, it is definitely worth a listen. Emie and Ethan’s etherial voices mix with Paul and Neale’s bomb guitar skills on top of Stolman’s soulful drum beats that make you want to relive your pulse rejection all over again. Campo features a smooth indie-rock aesthetic both visually and auditory, perfect for off-campus basement jamming  If you’re into it check them out live this Friday at Putnam Den with Skidmore legends, Los Elk. 

Don’t be this Freshman.

Tuesday, February 28th, 2012

GO to the AOD discussion tonight at 6:30 in Gannett.

In other news, the Lucy Scribner meme is killing it. (fbook)

AOD Policy Forum Playing on Loop on SkidTV (Channel 16) Until Midnight Tonight

Thursday, November 10th, 2011

In case you missed it.

If you continue to miss it: after midnight tonight, it will play looped on the lecture block on SkidTV from 11AM-3PM for the next couple days, and then periodically from then on.

Moorebid 2011 – A Whole New Meaning for the Word ‘Zombie’

Wednesday, October 26th, 2011

Aww yeah. Uh huh uh huh.

Dress up, drink up, get low get low get low. Moorebid is coming! (fbook)

For the oblivious and uninformed, Moorebid will be in the Sports Center this year because the traditional venue  – Case Center  – was making it difficult for Campo to efficiently cart kids outside to waiting ambulances. I’m sad that we lost the two story club at Ibiza feel, but there’s something nostalgic and comforting about dancing in a dark smelly gym, you know?

Don’t hesitate to call Campo if you or one of your friends is in trouble, but once you do, get the hell out of there, because the new Alcohol and Drug Policy will punish you for being underage and in the mere presence of alcohol or ganja, being too ‘visibly’ drunk, or carrying a six-pack. If the goal of the policy revision is to keep kids safer, then maybe that document needs some rethinking, huh?

We probably won’t see a repeat of the Great Four Loko Massacre of 2010, since the life-giving elixir was banned in New York last year, but in all seriousness, please be safe, pace yourself, drink water, watch your friends. Still, have fun though.