I’ve written this column in my head about 400 times, and it changes every time.
Former Columbia second baseman Henry Perkins knew the following things about Namur, Belgium, before he decided to move there.
Namur is a small, quiet European town. Not at all like Paris or London or even Brussels, the capital that sits 30 miles to the north.
Even in the one of the best women’s lacrosse conferences in the country, Penn is making it look easy.
The Quakers locked up a third straight Ivy League regular season title with a third straight undefeated conference season, sweeping all seven Ivy League opponents.
With just a second remaining in the first half and up by one over Dartmouth, it seemed like Columbia might finally be building some positive momentum.
Just today, the Boston Red Sox—ever eager to package and re-sell the team’s history to its fans—announced a campaign that would celebrate “moments” from the 100-plus years of the franchise.
M.A. Olawale didn’t mince words when asked to describe his performance as quarterback of the White team in Saturday’s Blue-White scrimmage.
“It was rough,” Olawale said. “I had my moments, I had my not-so-good moments.”
It almost didn’t happen.
It had been close to four years—1,455 days, to be precise—since the last Columbia lacrosse victory over an Ivy League foe.
It took less than two weeks for Columbia lacrosse to pick up its first five wins. And while it may have felt like the Lions would never manage to win number six, Columbia finally ended up on the right side of the ledger on Saturday, by defeating Bryant 19-11.
It was another day and another conference loss for Columbia lacrosse as the Lions fell to Yale by a score of 12-6 at home. The defeat is the sixth straight of the season for the Light Blue, and the 26th straight loss to an Ivy League team.
We’re two weeks into the Ivy League baseball season with intra-division play beginning this weekend. So what do we know so far?
Jun 10, 11:27pm
Many students associate experimental music with the depths of Brooklyn, but Jake Gagne, CC ’16, is bringing the avant-garde to Morningside Heights. Gagne released his debut EP, “Violent Moan,” at... Read More
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