The Lions' new head coach has reached out both to the media and the broader Columbia community.
The 2009 football season started and ended well, but a tough middle stretch ended any title hopes the Lions had.
So if I’m going to count Spec as a major, I guess this must be my thesis, or at least some other kind of important final paper.
Columbia will open the 2010 season with four straight home games.
Jones may be out of the running, but that means that there’s still a mystery afoot. There are six other coaches that could have been approached about joining Donahue, and while I cannot say that I have any legitimate idea as to who that could have been, I’ll do my best to narrow down the options.
The quest to the right bar for sports.
Looking back at the past three and a half years, there are five games that stand out to me as the most memorable that I have seen while a Columbia student. I didn’t get to enjoy all of them as a fan, Columbia didn’t necessarily win all of them, and some of them hold more sentimental value than athletic value, but here are the top five most memorable games that I have seen as a Columbia student.
Whether you’ve been watching or not, it’s all-star season in professional sports. All of these recent all-star games gave me an idea for postseason play that is not unheard of in the Ivy League: Let’s have an Ivy League football all-star game.
While I would still rank Cornell as one of the Ivy schools I dislike the most, I can’t help but root for the Big Red basketball team this season.
Women's basketball has started the season strong and is worth watching in its future games.
May 23, 11:57am
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