Columbia football and the New York Giants would both do well to relax and just play the game instead of succumbing to pressure from fans.
The Lions offense has been highly inconsistent through two games—especially when it comes to protecting the quarterback.
Epperly is one of two quarterbacks Princeton uses in its offense. He had four rushing touchdowns in the Tigers' 50-22 win over Georgetown last week.
Although offensive players have highlighted the team’s skill up front, its defensive players have pitched in as well.
Ashok Narayana and Max Schnur will continue play in doubles, while Dragos Ignat and Winston Lin will compete in singles on Thursday.
The lack of dissenting political opinions at Columbia makes the classroom environment less stimulating.
A creative take on the natural mind, and its additional, altering substances.
Rethinking how we choose our idols may help us redefine our society.
On Tuesday, members of Student Worker Solidarity submitted a petition with over 1,100 signatures to Vicki Dunn, executive director of dining services, calling for the installation of more effective ventilation in the working areas of the dining hall.
At the end of last semester, then-candidate for president of Columbia College Student Council, Daphne Chen, CC ’14, suggested a merger between CCSC and Engineering Student Council.
Undergraduates will not be receiving access to the Wi-Fi network in the Arthur W. Diamond Law Library any time soon, despite the Engineering Student Council’s effort to change this policy.
Clement is on a two-year hiatus from the CIA as part of the agency’s Officer in Residence program, which enables CIA officers to teach courses in foreign affairs at American universities.
City bikers gathered in front of St. Luke’s Hospital on Wednesday evening in a rally to support a motorcyclist who was injured in a high-speed chase on the Henry Hudson Parkway earlier this week.
Thanks to the Wireless Corridor Challenge, 10 business districts throughout the city will receive free Wi-Fi, including 125th Street from Broadway to Second Avenue. Installation is scheduled for completion by December.
Arts and Entertainment
An MFA candidate at the School of the Arts has an exhibit on display that's inspired by Bill Murray.
Frederick Wiseman discusses his newest institutional documentary, "At Berkeley," at the Italian Academy.
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