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Spirit Week Activities And Fun

Spirit week is finally upon us. There will be fun, food, and prizes according to the Facebook page for the event, with everything planned out by our newly elected student councils ESC, CCSC, SGA, and GSSC. So come on out and spread some school spirit, because we’re seriously lacking in that department. Between Monday 10/12 and Friday 10/16 […]

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Free Stuff with Football on the Side

Update, 3:15 pm: Columbia just beat Marist 10-9. Roar, lion, roar. Your CU Lions have their opening game today against Marist at 12:30 PM!  Make the trek out to Baker Field (map) with free shuttles from 116th and Broadway starting at 11 am.  Once you get there, enjoy free t-shirts for the first 500 students, free beverages in […]

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Bwog Sports Sunday, 10/2

Sports Sunday returns for another edition of athletic journalism. This week featured a number of Ivy League match-ups. A choice stat from the week: all the home teams won, while CU’s away teams all lost at least one of their road games. Home court advantage… Could it be? Women’s Soccer (4-5): Latest Result: Lions hold […]

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Bwog Sports Sunday, 09/25

Here it is, the inaugural Bwog Sports Sunday. Most people don’t have the time to go spectate and support our athletes; even more casually forget that we have athletics. In this maiden installment, Bwog’s finest athletic correspondent, Kevin Powers, informs the busy fans and remind the ignorant masses of this week’s sporting news. Men’s Soccer […]

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SGA Wonders What College Coulda Been

Bwog’s Dane Cook (yep, it’s the same name, let’s just move on) reports from last night’s meeting. The unceasing plea for student support at Columbia sporting events found voice yet again at the outset of Monday’s SGA meeting. Assistant director of sports marketing, Dan Spiegel, attended to encourage council members to attend Saturday’s homecoming football […]

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Sports Roundup: Have You Ever Fenced with Obama?

Football: After the season-opening win over Fordham, the football team has its home opener against Central Connecticut State (12:30, Baker Field). Ivy League Offensive Player of the Week Millicent Olawale looks to continue his strong start to the year, while the defense hopes to stop Central Connecticut running back James Mallory. Students get in free […]

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Football Team In Dirty GQ Photoshoot

The Columbia Lions football team has made the national media as extras for a GQ magazine feature on ESPN sideline reporter Erin Andrews. Andrews is mostly known for being “that girl” on the sidelines during ESPN college football and basketball coverage. The photoshoot is attracting extra attention because Andrews was filmed by a peephole perv […]

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