Memories abound as University Archives hosts panel discussion with generations of Columbia football alumni
While Butler Library is a treasure trove of stories and traditions, some of the tales shared at the Oct. 17 “Roar, Lion, Roar” panel discussion and reception highlighted a topic more commonly associated with Baker Athletic Complex: Columbia football....
Camacho Ferral claims first place as Columbia women test younger runners at Metropolitan XC Championships
It came down to the wire, but sophomore Sofia Camacho Ferral pulled through when it counted. A late kick and shoulder-to-shoulder finish allowed Ferral to edge out Rutgers’ Olympia Martin for a first-place finish at the Metropolitan Cross Country Championships at Van Cortlandt Park on Friday....
This was not what College Walk is supposed to look like at 8:15 a.m. on a Friday. The crowd, led by Roar-ee, bounced lightly on the balls of their feet. Some chugged water, others chatted with friends, but a few were laser-focused, headphones in. The buzz of anticipation that encompassed campus on Friday was all for President Lee Bollinger’s 18th annual Fun Run....
Vasbinder first, Hays second after Columbia tests its luck against national opponents at the Roy Griak Invitational
This weekend at the Roy Griak Invitational, Columbia men’s and women’s cross country teams proved they can keep up with—and indeed even outpace—top Division I schools....
Part of the challenge of the first race of the cross country season, director Daniel Ireland said, is that it’s difficult to know what to expect.
A sign in women’s tennis head coach Ilene Weintraub’s office says: “Fall in love with the process and the results will come.” Weintraub encourages her players to adhere to that saying, and if the outcome of the Columbia Invitational is indicative of anything, it’s that the results appear to already be coming in for the team....