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Something’s got to give in the Ivy League. This weekend, Columbia said, “not us.” Another week of Ivy basketball has passed, and the top three teams have refused to cede any ground. Columbia, Yale, and Princeton all went 2-0. The Lions, unstable after dropping their first home game last week, bounced back in the strongest […]

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If you don’t pay much attention to sports at Columbia, you might assume that they are all like a certain sport-which-shall-not-be-named—depressing to watch. This is untrue. Maud Rozee brings you a few reasons why you should check out a basketball game, even if, like her, you know 0 things about basketball. 1. Unlike a sport […]

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At our beloved Bookstore, you can buy strange and ostentatious shit.  Why?  Because Roar Lion! But apparently their selection isn’t only limited to Columbia apparel.  You can also purchase the inconsistently capitalized “Columbia Lions adidas TShirt.” But it’s not ‘Columbia Lions’ at all!  It’s actually a Central Connecticut State University tee.  Go figure, their colors […]

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