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Columbia Women’s Soccer: A Recap Of A Record-Breaking Season

With Thanksgiving over and the holiday season upon us, it seems appropriate to take time to be thankful for the strong fall sports season that Columbia Athletics had this year. With the shocking 8-2 Columbia Football winning season, the Columbia community exposed themselves as true bandwagon fans, but the success of other programs was also something […]

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Field Notes: Homecoming Is Not The Be-All And End-All Edition

Homecoming! We lost the game, as expected (although the tragic death of the streak gave the less experienced of us some doubts), but people still had fun, didn’t they?? Whether you showed up only for the pregame, left at halftime, or spent the weekend mourning the death of America’s Next Top Model (RIP the greatest GIF […]

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Do make it an issue. This story is far from done. Mr. Bollinger, the big free speech guy, is still (read more)
Breaking: Columbia University Marching Band To Resume Playing At Athletic Events
October 18, 2019
You still should make it an issue. Please remember Orgo Night. It's very much a free speech issue. Will the (read more)
Breaking: Columbia University Marching Band To Resume Playing At Athletic Events
October 18, 2019
Great. I trust the Marching Band and Columbia will evolve reasonably into the 2nd century of the band. I (read more)
Breaking: Columbia University Marching Band To Resume Playing At Athletic Events
October 18, 2019

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