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The Columbia Women’s Basketball team won 80-57 against Towson this Thursday in Levien Gymnasium. Here are some highlights from someone who has not attended a basketball game in many years.

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Last night, Columbia Men’s Basketball took on the Brown Bears in Levien Gym, keeping a close game but ultimately falling 66-72. Sports Editor Eunice Bae recounts her first college basketball game experience.

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In an attempt to accommodate the sudden rush of Columbia Hockey fans, first-year hockey players Chris Mendell and Weston Goodman take a break from signing autographs to break down the mysterious, cold, and fast paced sport of Ice Hockey.  

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This afternoon, Columbia College and SEAS announced their Class Day speakers, Brandon Victor Dixon and Shawn Edwards, who will address graduating seniors at their college’s commencements. 

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We’re resurrecting the Night In The Life series, except this time we’re doing it with an administrative twist. Bwog correspondent Anna Hotter drew up a timeline for what she thinks Deantini is up to after hours… Read below to see Deantini’s own admiration for Columbia Admirers and to fully understand Deantini’s reaction re: Prezbo’s personal invitation to […]

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[Update, 10:17 pm]: The Lions defeated Wagner 70-56. They move to 1-1 on the non-conference season and play at Lehigh on Sunday (11/23). Remember Basketball Mania? Well, basketball is coming back to Levien Gym, but this time, you’ll get to some real action. The 2014-15 Columbia Lions men’s basketball team takes the court tomorrow night for […]

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The ever athletic Ross Chapman gives you a plethora of reasons to attend this week’s games. It’s that time of year again. The posters are going up while the supply of beer in local stores is going down. This Saturday, everybody’s getting ready to go up to Baker Athletic Complex on the fan bus, dressed […]

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It was a winter wonderland in October this weekend as the Lions took on Ivy League rivals at home and across the northeast. In sports, harsh weather conditions can become an important factor in a game, match, or race—testing an athlete’s resolve. As the weather turns colder late in the fall sports season, we can […]

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Homecoming Today

Unbury that school spirit and come out to support Columbia football take on Penn at Homecoming. The pre-game picnic starts at 12:30pm and the game kicks off at 3:30. But the festivities last all day: there’s a carnival from 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., where kids can get their faces painted while adults remember the good ‘ol […]

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Planning to make your annual trip up to the Robert K. Kraft Field at Lawrence A. Wien Stadium at Baker Athletics Complex (seriously, that’s its official name) tomorrow? Must be Homecoming! This year we’re hosting Penn and in case you were under the impression that there will be no tailgating this year, Class of 2012 […]

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