The task force, co-chaired by Provost John Coatsworth and Dean of the Faculties of Health Sciences and Medicine Lee Goldman, brings together almost 40 faculty members across the entire university. Unlike other institutions, including various cancer centers, that are also working in personalized medicine, this task force will use a University-wide approach, rather than just a medical one.
Although the men's basketball team was able to keep it close against the Bison, the Light Blue couldn't hold on and dropped its second road game in a row.
Though Columbia head coach Pete Mangurian appears to be safe, plenty of other coaches in the college football scene will be on the chopping block in the next few weeks.
After a close loss to Elon, Columbia will try to secure a victory over a similar Army team.
Despite moving the dance marathon’s date to the fall semester, organizers raised less than half of what it did at the same event this past January.
While football made history, cross country closed out its season while other winter sports are starting to gear up.
In their final contest of the year, the Lions were unable to continue their winning ways in a disappointing showing at Nationals.
Despite performing well in nonconference games, the Lions were unable to translate that success to Ivy play and finished seventh in the Ancient Eight.
Volleyball's struggles on the road continued as the team suffered a pair of losses to Brown and Yale.
Men's soccer fell 2-0 to Harvard, ending Columbia's hopes at finishing the season undefeated at home.
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