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CCSC Bureau Chief Adam Kluge returns, now entirely dependent on cold pizza and Advil to get him through midterm season, to report on the comings and goings in the room where icons are made.

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And here we are, at the end of the road. The JJ lounge is singing a song of McBain, Schapiro, and Wien today, with the occasional Nussbaum thrown in for some variation. But hey, we love McBain. And we love you, end-of-the-lottery freshmen. Here till the bitter end, Bwog

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Bwog received a email from Dean Terry Martinez about Columbia Public Safety’s successful apprehension of a bike theft suspect. After receiving a tip from a CC student on November 22nd, Public Safety followed up and managed to arrest the suspect for “attempted bike larceny, criminal mischief, and possession of burglary tools.” In light of the […]

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For the first time in thirty five years (and only the second third time ever), men’s cross country reigns supreme in the Ivy League. The team won today’s Heptagonal Championships by only one point over Princeton, in the closest finish since 1982. Brendan Martin (5th), Kyle Merber (8th), Terrence Prial (12th), Justin Heck (15th), and […]

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The football team got its season off to a winning start last night with a 40-28 win at Fordham. Running back Ray Rangel ran for 125 yards, quarterback Millicent Olawale added another 95 yards on the ground and 167 in the air, and the Lions defense intercepted Fordham quarterback John Skelton three times, including a […]

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We’re a little late with this award, but congratulations to Michael W., the winner of the second-round of our commenting competition. Not only was his comment on our Pillow Fight photo album sufficiently epic, but he also showed great skill in actually leaving an email address, as per the rules. For his wit and competent […]

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The men’s golf team won their second Ivy League title in a row today, coming from three strokes back to beat Penn by one stroke. First-year Brendan Doyle made par on the ninth hole, while his Penn playing partner bogeyed, to keep the title in Morningside. They join the men’s tennis team as the 2nd […]

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The men’s heavyweight eight won their fifth race in a row last night, defeating 14th-ranked Yale and Penn for the Blackwell Cup at Orchard Beach Lagoon, N.Y. The Lions won the event with a time of 5:54.0, two seconds ahead of Yale and 13 ahead of Penn. The Varsity Eight has yet to lose this […]

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At tonight’s CCSC meeting, VP for Policy Adil Ahmed announced that, after a meeting with Dean Cristen Kromm, alcohol may be allowed in common areas next year. Currently, Columbia does not allow alcohol to be kept anywhere except in an overage student’s room, declaring the common area a “public space” (locks and doors not withstanding). […]

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The march of scholarships continues. Three Columbia students have received prestigious Goldwater Scholarships, which are awarded yearly to approximately 300 college sophomores and juniors who are seeking a Ph.D in science and/or mathematics. This year’s recepients are Alex Perry CC ’11, Noam Prywes CC ’10, and Arianne Richard CC ’10. Each university is only allowed […]

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The Columbia baseball team began its Ivy League title defense successfully, with two wins over Harvard. In the first game, the Lions won 8-3 thanks to a complete game from pitcher Joe Scarlata (5 strikeouts). Third baseman Mike Roberts and left fielder Anthony Potter hit back-to-back homers for the Lions in the second inning, and […]

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 – Columbia University Athletics Looking better each weekend, the Columbia men’s basketball team won its third game in a row (and sixth in seven), holding off Brown 70-57. Junior guard Pat Foley scored a career-high 21 points, and freshman guard Noruwa Agho added 17 more, including 14 in the second half, to lead the team […]

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Against the predictions of the preseason pundits, the men’s basketball team continues to rack up the Ivy League victories, defeating Harvard 60-59 on Kevin Bulger’s last-second jumper.  The Lions again used a K.J. Matsui three-pointer (one of five in the first half) to take a one-point lead into the half. Harvard, though, led for almost […]

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The men’s basketball team won again last night, dominating Dartmouth in the second half on their way to a 65-52 victory. K.J. Matsui’s 3-pointer at the end of the first half gave the Lions a two-point lead heading into the half, and they opened the 2nd with a 17-2 run in the first seven minutes. […]

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A mysterious tipster clues us in… Our men’s club water polo team won the New York State Championship today, huzzah!  On the way, we beat Syracuse and, yes, NYU. As fourth seed, we beat Army (West Point) 7-4.  This means that Columbia gets to go to club championships in Ohio.   This news comes two […]

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