Though its popularity may not be as widespread as that of a sport like football, squash is nonetheless a good spectator sport.
Columbia has a chance to build on a successful 2-1 road trip when the Lions return to Levien on Tuesday.
The Lions will head west looking for their first win since the season opener.
With discontent over athletics at a boiling point, dozens of alumni, many with strong connections to the football team, believe that the losing tradition can only be solved with a change at the top.
Considering the way our clothes shape ourselves and vice versa.
Consider the courses specifically designed on the model of CC and Literature Humanities.
Barnard's guest policy doesn't deserve the media attention it's getting.
Bollinger should be vocal when students need to hear him.
After students expressed dissatisfaction with housing changes during this year’s Columbia Urban Experience pre-orientation program, the group’s new leaders are hoping to discuss potential changes to next year’s program.
The four undergraduate student councils will launch the “Our Blue” campaign in early December to foster community spirit across Columbia.
Mayor-elect Bill elaborated on his signature plan for universal pre-kindergarten in New York Tuesday afternoon at Columbia in his first major speech after his election.
As the School of General Studies prepares for a spring overhaul of academic support services, a task force will evaluate University Studies, a non-credit course that is required for certain first-year students.
Arts and Entertainment
Campus’ newest literary magazine has more money than it knows what to do with thanks to its Kickstarter’s success.
Despite moving the dance marathon’s date to the fall semester, organizers raised less than half of what it did at the same event this past January.
Try the World, created by alumni, offers a taste of Paris, Rio, and Tokyo—all in one box.