October 16, 2013

Sports

Being a fan of a team means knowing and appreciating its history, present, and future.

Dr. Tanzid Shams, a former researcher at Columbia, released a study detailing that 28 concussed Light Blue football players had statistically significant impairments even after saying they were fine.

Columbia had a total of only five shots compared to UConn's 14, and had its unbeaten streak snapped at seven games.

The Lions won in dramatic fashion against Lafayette after senior Natalie Melo scored the game-winning goal in double overtime.

Duo Tina Jiang and Crystal Leung won the A flight doubles title at the USTA Women's College invitational after dominating their opponents.

The Light Blue had success at the Women's College Invitational, with all but one Lion winning in the first round.

Opinion

A guide to riding the train, properly.

New York is the introduction, the context, the chaos from which all order arises.

There are major concerns with the effectiveness of the administration’s response to sexual violence on campus.

News

Barnard President Debora Spar discussed with students whether Barnard should admit transgender women at a Monday night fireside chat that focused on different definitions of feminism.

More than 400 students have signed an online petition calling for the University to release information about the number, nature, and judicial resolution of cases of sexual assault, rape, and gender-based misconduct on campus.

For the first time in Columbia College history, students will be asked to vote on a ballot initiative emanating from a student group.

After years of concern over the danger of motorbikes and motorcycles in Harlem, community board leaders and neighborhood associations say a change in policy is needed.

Veteran Harlem politician Inez Dickens has her heart set on becoming speaker of the City Council early next year, but a number of new challenges stand in her way.

Arts and Entertainment

A new collaboration between two campus art hubs is bringing site-specific art to Miller Theatre.

Professor James Shapiro screened and discussed his new documentary series Monday night.

A Dental School alumna works with Lend-A-Hand India to empower youth in urban and rural India.

CU Players are premiering a new play in collaboration with a Brooklyn playwright.