December 5, 2013

Sports

The infusion of young players on the basketball roster can help change the narrative on Columbia sports.

The men's basketball team used a strong start to prevail over the Black Knights 81-64.

The Lions fell to St. Francis 73-47 on the road, as their offensive struggles continued.

Women's swimming will face tough competition as the Lions wrap up their 2013 season at the AT&T Winter Nationals this weekend.

Opinion

Reflections on a first-year's winter break reveal the uncertainty in our collegiate destinations.

The residential lounges in Barnard do not provide enough privacy and silence for studying.

Racism is often mundane and even perpetuated by well-meaning people.

News

This semester, University senators are trying to alleviate the space crunch that limits students’ studying options during finals season.

The Engineering Student Council elected Print@CU creator Sam Aarons, SEAS ’14, its new director of technology on Monday.

City Council member Gale Brewer has called on the Department of Transportation to apply for federal funding to expand its bike-share program to the Upper West Side.

Through song, theater, poetry, spoken word, and dance, even more West Harlem girls will be able to raise their voices and speak up about the issues that are important to them.

Arts and Entertainment

Columbia’s newest ballet group is performing excerpts from Tchaikovsky’s “The Sleeping Beauty” for its first show ever.

Bach Society, now directed by a student and completely student-run, will present Mozart's Requiem in its winter concert on Saturday at St. Paul's Chapel.

Latenite’s Fall 2013 Anthology hits Lerner Black Box this weekend with a seven-play show.