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This year was supposed to be awful for Columbia women’s basketball. In the Ivy League preseason poll, they weren’t just picked last, they were picked last hard, with a majority of writers projecting them at the bottom of the pack. And who could blame them? Last season, Columbia was 2-12 in conference. Their three top […]

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We know that finals season means that every minute of studying is valuable. We also know that a lot of students on campus just don’t care about a lot of the athletics teams. So, in honor of the fall and winter sports seasons, and of a few teams getting shiny new twitter accounts, we proudly present […]

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There’s something peculiar about the men’s basketball schedule this season. Maybe it was the Friday, 11 a.m. season opener against a Division III school. Could it be the back-to-back games on the Friday and Saturday after Thanksgiving (they lost both games in the final moments by one point)? Perhaps it’s their game on the Monday […]

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The Columbia Lions own a 2-7 record heading into their final football game of the 2015 season, tonight against Brown. While the record still looks bad, it is significant: As just about every Columbia student knows, the Lions haven’t won a single football game in either of the past two seasons under then-head coach Pete […]

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Our Men’s Basketball team began its 115th season in program history this Friday, hosting Kean (NCAA Divison III) to open the 2015-16 campaign. We sent Bwogger Lili Brown to check it out, and she returned with some unexpected news.  The 2015-2016 season for Men’s Basketball began today in an unprecedented sense of style. We saw the basketball […]

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We’ve all had fun watching Columbia Football win two games this season, but if you want to watch an actually successful team dominate the field, go to Dodge at 5:00pm tonight to check out the Columbia Fencing Invitational. Watch last year’s NCAA champions as they square off against teams from Northwestern, Stevens’ Institute Of Technology, NJIT, Fairleigh Dickinson, and […]

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