Women's swimming will face tough competition as the Lions wrap up their 2013 season at the AT&T Winter Nationals this weekend.
Columbia's club equestrian team is looking to grow its membership to complement individual talent and resources.
Men's and women's squash will kick of the program's fourth season on Saturday, as both squads face George Washington.
Men's swimming went 1-1 in its weekend contests while women's swimming remains undefeated after three conference meets.
Princeton football stands tall atop the Ivies while Columbia stays at the bottom.
Field hockey closed its season with a loss to Harvard on Senior Day, while wrestling kicked off its 2013 season with strong performances at the Michigan State Open.
The Lions had another dismal season, going 5-23 overall and 3-11 in conference play. The Light Blue suffered through a nine-game losing streak between its win over St. Francis and its victory over Brown in February.
Despite going toe-to-toe with Dartmouth in the first half, the Light Blue fell 6-2.
The Big Green's Dominick Pierre has made a name for himself by pounding opposing defenses, which poses concerns for Columbia's run defense.
A site-specific exhibit at Teachers College is carrying on the intellectual legacy of Columbia professor, philosopher, and intellectual John Dewey.
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