Another successful weekend for the Lions means another step closer to capturing the Ivy title.
In this episode of the Sportscast, hosts Nick Scott and Eli Schultz find themselves on the squash court as Nick prepares to challenge sophomore men's squash player Ramit Tandon, who has been named to the all-Ivy League squash team the last two years.
If you missed Holi at Columbia this year, Spectator dove head first into the messy festival of colors in front of East Campus on Saturday to bring you highlights of the fun.
Light Blue baseball continued its winning streak with a 5-3 victory on Tuesday afternoon.
The Light Blue leapt out to first place in the Lou Gehrig division with a 4-0 weekend against the Bulldogs and Bears.
Despite a dominant start to the season, baseball has seen its pitching suffer with the team now in a three-game streak.
After sweeping the struggling Crimson on Saturday, the Lions fell twice to the dominant Big Green in Sunday's doubleheader.
Despite being predicted to finish third place in the Ivy League, the Light Blue men’s basketball team had a disappointing 2012-2013 season, as they posted a record of 12-16 overall and 4-10 in conference play, and finished in last place.
Despite beginning the season with the faint hope of pushing for a first place finish in the Ivy League and a spot in the NCAA tournament, the Lions found themselves on the outside looking in as they fell to last place in the standings.
The Lions proved their mettle over the spring break, losing to some formidable opponents but beating others.
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