Competing with successful basketball teams that have turned out academically sound athletes, the UConn Huskies have no excuse for their poor performances in class.
With the completion of half of the Ivy season this weekend came Harvard's first Ivy loss, a tremendous opportunity for Yale, Penn, and potentially Princeton in their hopes of capturing the Ivy title. The race is far from over as non-title contenders continue to shake up the standings.
The Light Blue is evidently missing the key ability to close games, which has resulted in post-halftime collapses on several occasions, including the loss of a 20-point lead against Yale last Saturday.
Check out this week's athlete of the week, Sammy Roberts.
Whether you want to get married sooner or later, or not at all is up to you.
Realizing that the Barnard/Columbia relationship is about more than boy-poaching.
More people than just administrators should be able to influence new committees.
The new initiative is geared toward surveying student space needs on campus, and determining how student space issues might be addressed when the University starts expanding to Manhattanville.
Jacob Andreas, SEAS '12, is just the second Columbia student to take home the prestigious scholarship—and the first since 1963.
Ken Biberaj, the vice president of the Russian Tea Room restaurant, is joining the already-crowded race for an Upper West Side City Council seat.
The stretch of 107th Street between Broadway and Amsterdam avenues is closed for two hours every weekday to allow kindergarten students at the Ascension School to play outside.
Community Board 9 is working with the Horticultural Society of New York and STRIVE to give Harlem residents free green construction training and opportunities for jobs in the field.
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