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After hating some charming soccer players for crushing the housing game last semester, Bwog editor Alexandra Svokos decided to see them in action at their home opener against Iona College on Saturday. I had this grand image in my head: a group of friends at Baker in painted faces and Columbia gear, cheering wildly in […]

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In-person suite selection begins tomorrow at 9:30 am in the John Jay Lounge (see you there!).  Alexandra Svokos, 30/1550, tried to get annoyed at David Najem and Henning Sauerbier, 30/53, who will be picking first, but these CU soccer players were too earnest and nervous to be mad at for long. Bwog: Do you have a plan? […]

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Like the NFL figured out years ago, sometimes sports are better on Monday than they are on Sunday, even at the cost of an alliteration. Over the short Thanksgiving break, many Lions skipped out on the tryptophan lull and traveled far and wide to compete. Men’s Basketball headed to San Francisco to play in the […]

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Though the Football season came to a close this weekend with a disappointing road loss to Brown, CU sports are far from over this semester as winter season contests are already in full-force. But before we leave the fall behind, we should say a few final words about the fall season. Sixteen Lions were named […]

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