‘One of the best kids you could have’: Will Savage’s road from Columbia glory to minor league baseball
The calls began his junior year of college. Will Savage was leading his team in batting average, runs, hits, on-base percentage, and stolen bases. Soon enough, his play started to warrant recognition beyond the Ivy League. Major league scouts took notice, and Savage received calls from the Oakland Athletics and the Detroit Tigers, informing him that there was a serious chance he would be selected in MLB’s 2016 Amateur Draft....
Hearts were warmed as CMTS’s “Pippin” reminded Columbia that finding fulfillment might not be so far-fetched
As Pippin made his final exit through the audience, young Theo turned back to the set. Dimmed lights were brought up again as he took center stage, and the experience of finding oneself was poised to begin once again....
Red, fleshy chunks of watermelon skid off the stage into the faces of the audience.
Barnard's Asian and Middle Eastern Cultures department may soon offer a minor.
Rare Candy, a Columbia-born and student-run underground music blog, will showcase a variety of local artists on Saturday, Feb. 28. The concert will feature a unique assortment of New York bands, including Columbia's Orca Minor, Neoseeker, and Drug Pizza....
Happy Thursday, folks. There's a high of 33 today and since it's the last Thursday of classes, you should probably bundle up and mosey on over to Hamilton or wherever. The only people exempt from the must-go-to-the-last-session rules are Harmony dwellers, anyone with a class in Knox, and any seniors who just don't feel up to it today. For those of you who do choose to loll in bed this morning, here's today's paper:...