Homecoming offers an opportunity to change perspectives about the Columbia football program.
The Lions came into the Metropolitan Championships with incredible momentum and continued the trend with a first and second place finish for women and men, respectively.
Rowing looked to start strong in the Head of the Passaic and Head of the Housatonic Regattas while field hockey split their two weekend contests.
The Lions dropped to 0-4 on the season on Saturday afternoon after suffering a 24-10 loss to the Mountain Hawks.
Even with senior running back Marcorus Garrett's strong play, struggles in the passing game prevented the Lions from keeping pace with Lehigh.
The Lions pressed hard in the closing moments and managed to survive when the strategy nearly backfired.
The Light Blue were unable to offset an early offensive barrage and lost the contest 1-0.
Columbia had a spread of success and defeats across the board over the weekend.
In tough competition against conference foes, the Light Blue rallied to beat Dartmouth but fell to Harvard.
We must remember the history of the Lenape people who lived here before us.
While the race for Columbia College’s seat in University Senate this year is highly contested, the candidates generally shared the same stances on issues discussed at a debate Sunday afternoon.
After 20 years at Barnard, the Africana studies program officially became an academic department last week.
The City Council and a group of tenants have filed a lawsuit against the Bloomberg administration over the New York City Housing Authority’s plan to build market-rate apartments in public housing complexes, the New York Times reported.
After being canceled over the summer, plans for faster bus service along 125th Street are back in motion, city officials announced Friday afternoon.
As the last few students shuffled out of P.S. 149 in Harlem, they paused for a moment to watch teachers and community members yelling “Whose schools? Our schools!” and waving signs reading “Separate and Unequal” and “Support Special Needs Education.”
For many straphangers, riding the C train is like taking a step back in time—to when corrugated stainless steel was hip, windows were not, and air conditioning in subway cars was a novel idea.
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