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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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A comment on female hysteria? Hear from the artists themselves. (HuffPost Live) He probably just wanted to give the First Lady a hug. Because unfortunately, President Obama is out of town. (NY Daily News) The fencing team’s 82-year-old coach is basically “Yoda.” (NY Times) We started the Olympics off in our usual dominant fashion. U-S-A! […]

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