After sparking national media attention, the athletic department recanted its decision and allowed the marching band to play this Saturday.
The Columbia marching band will be barred from taking part in Saturday's season-ending game against Brown after offending the football team and athletic department with its parody of "Roar, Lion, Roar" following the football team's loss at Cornell last weekend.
After spending some time down south, former Columbia Lion Mike Baxter is back in his home borough—playing for the New York Mets.
Coming off of three losses in four games to Princeton that dropped them out of contention, the Lions' struggles continued on Wednesday.
Offensive struggles prevent the Lions from winning, knocking them out of the playoff race.
The baseball team suffered a pair of crushing defeats at the hands of the Manhattan Jaspers. The Lions left 11 men on base in game one.
The Columbia baseball team pulled back into the running in the Gehrig division this weekend, as it took three of four from Cornell on its home turf. Dominant pitching and multi-homer games were highlights of the four-game series.
Columbia homered thrice and pitched its way out of trouble to stop the rolling Jaspers in their tracks.
May 23, 11:57am
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