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It’s time for The Blue and White’s October issue!  This month, the staff of the magazine takes its first foray into the world of Columbia Athletics with our Fall Sports section.  Throughout the next few days, we’ll be rolling out selected stories from the section so you can get a head start.  First up: PE […]

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Columbia’s myriad of research institutes helped Bwog to realize that not only will studying PE or blebs in college prove fruitful some day, but that every research, however small, can be funded if need be. Even if you have to ask reactionary drug war people for the money. A few favorite centers: Center for the […]

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Most Columbia students remember gym class as a pre-pubescent nightmare characterized by itchy uniforms, bloody noses, changing in public, and balls flying into their groins. Steve Silverman says it doesn’t have to be that way. Silverman runs the physical education program at Teacher’s College (making him a gym teacher who teaches gym teachers how to […]

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