The success and popularity of soccer in the United States is on the rise, and expectations for U.S. soccer on the international stage are high.
Plenty of Columbia students have been training rigorously in preparation for this year's marathon—New York's first since 2011.
The Light Blue has been in position to score more goals by moving the ball from its defense to its attackers, making runs to open up passing lanes, and completing quick passes.
After Penn's win against Yale and Princeton's loss at Harvard, the Quakers sit alone atop the Ivy men's soccer standings for the first time since 2006.
Listening to what's screaming to be said during seemingly harmless small talk.
An alumna suggests a shaming campaign to combat the lack of transparency on sexual assault.
The Editorial Board suggests costumes that pay homage to this year at Columbia.
Administrators have revised the swipe access policy for commuter students and will allow them to access one Columbia residence hall, though students say the policy still creates painful consequences.
After their McBain Hall double's ceiling collapsed, two Columbia College roommates said the administration was slow to respond and uncommunicative about plans to repair the room.
The ground floor of Columbia's School of Social Work, which has been vacant for nine years, may soon be home to an academic program. But some locals are accusing the University of breaking its promises about the space by changing its original plans to recruit a retail tenant.
Four armed men broke into a Columbia graduate student apartment late Monday night and assaulted and robbed a tenant, landing the tenant in St. Luke's Hospital.
Adrienne Smith, Business '01 and a world champion football player, is spreading awareness about the lesser-known U.S. National Women's Football League.
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