Despite the dismal year, the winless season provides the chance to bring forth significant change in the administration's relationship with athletics.
The Lions finished with a .500 record in the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic by splitting their final two games out west.
After winning their first game of the year, the Lions have lost four straight.
In their final contest of the year, the Lions were unable to continue their winning ways in a disappointing showing at Nationals.
While football made history, cross country closed out its season while other winter sports are starting to gear up.
The Lions fell to the Bears 48-7 on Saturday to close out a dreadful season. Columbia went winless in conference play for the 11th time since the beginning of official Ivy League competition in 1956.
Mangurian voiced frustration with the negativity surrounding the program after the game on Saturday.
Individual gains and interests should not be the motivation for both fans and athletes to contribute to the football program.
The Director of Undergraduate Studies for art history responds to the Editorial Board's criticism of consistency in the Global Core.
Firing Murphy is the first of many steps needed to improve the football team's future performance
SWS needs to clarify and be realistic about its goals for Manhattanville.
Eighty students from high schools along the East Coast dueled over decimals at Columbia on Saturday during the first annual Columbia Math Tournament.
A year into their pilot program, the School of Social Work administrators behind the Criminal Justice Initiative are looking to publicize the initiative by launching a new website early next month.
As federal grant money is drying up at several local public schools, the success of a program to support innovative fields of study is coming under closer scrutiny.
Some shareholders in a city low-income housing program, with an eye on an upcoming expiration of tax abatements and a long-term vision of the end of their lease, have sold their units to moderate-income buyers.
Jul 24, 3:28pm
University President Lee Bollinger announced on Thursday that Suzanne Goldberg will serve as the special advisor to the president on sexual assault prevention and response. You can read our story... Read More
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