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Columbia Football’s Campaign Against The Touchdown

Senior Staff Writer Ross Chapman analyses how the Columbia football team defied all odds- and physics- to win against Dartmouth this past weekend. Is this the start of the football team’s secret plan for redemption? Columbia football did not dominate in this weekend’s 9-7 homecoming victory against Dartmouth. The defense was thin on first- and second- down plays, and […]

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Tomorrow Is Columbia Football’s Lift-A-Thon For Cancer

Tomorrow the Columbia Football team will score another goal in our hearts as they bench for charity in their second annual lift-a-thon. This year, they’ve partnered with The Friends of Jaclyn Foundation and are raising money to improve the lives of children with brain tumors by linking them with college athletic programs. They’ve reached 77% of […]

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Bwoglines: Watch What Happens Edition

According to various news sources, Senator Bernie Sanders from Vermont will be launching his presidential campaign tomorrow. Although he is considerably behind Hillary Clinton in the polls, his candidacy will be sure to divide moderate and progressive democrats. (Huffington Post) Yet another Bravo show about housewives: the network is coming out with a new series called […]

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CU Football Picks Up Penn’s “Retired” Head Coach

Someone at Columbia pulled some serious strings this offseason, because the Lions officially announced today the acquisition of a new head coach. Al Bagnoli managed the University of Pennsylvania (note: NOT Penn State) football team for 23 years and became one of the winningest coaches in Ivy history. Bagnoli received praise and tribute last season […]

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Chad Washington’s Hate Crime Case Dismissed

The New York Criminal Course formally dismissed the case of Chad Washington, CC’15 and a Columbia football player, yesterday. Washington was charged with a hate crime after his alleged assault of an Asian classmate in May 2013, right before the football team received attention for tweets containing racial and homophobic slurs. Washington’s required 10 days of community service were […]

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Bwog Says Goodbye To CU Football

This past weekend, the Columbia football team lost 56-0 to Dartmouth. Per the real sports reporters at Spec, this is “the third time this season the Lions have surrendered 50-plus points.” To be fair, it’s not as bad as last year’s 69-0 loss to Hahvahd. Actually that doesn’t make us feel much better. We’ve heard that at […]

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CU Football Player Profiled On Danger Of Sport

This week in The Atlantic, Columbia’s own football player Chad Washington, CC’15, was heavily featured in an article on the need for more safety measures in football—especially when it comes to head injuries. In the article, he describes heavy hits he’s taken, including a concussion Washington obtained during his high school career. Washington also explains why he […]

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CU Football: Home Opener Brings Thrilling Surprise

Columbia football’s first home game of the season was this past Saturday. Bwog’s resident sports experts Akul Arora and Jeremy Sherman were there.  Heading into opening day at Robert K. Craft Field at Lawrence A. Wien Stadium at Baker Athletics Complex, there was a general consensus among fans: even though Columbia is an elite academic […]

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