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Think you know everything about Columbia Athletics? Put your knowledge to the test with this *niche* quiz.

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Maybe you spent all weekend writing a 10-page paper, maybe you spent it sleeping. Either way, you missed an exciting few days for Columbia Athletics. No worries though, Sports Editor Abby Rubel is here to update you on what you missed. Women’s squash: The Lions’ slim hopes of a national championship were dashed on Friday […]

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This weekend, Columbia Football captured the imagination of Ivy League (and other!) fans when they won a dramatic victory against the Princeton Tigers, 28-24. Why shouldn’t fans be excited? Columbia hasn’t had a winning season since 1996, before most members of the sophomore Class of 2020 were even born. Going into this weekend, the Lions were […]

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Columbia Women’s Basketball has a high rising star with Camille Zimmerman, a junior from Arizona who’s looking to break team records in her last two seasons here. Sports Editor Ross Chapman writes about Zimmerman’s power on the court and her potential to become the team’s greatest player of all time.  Camille Zimmerman (CC ’18) plays 40.4 minutes […]

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