Although relying on statistics exclusively has its own downsides, ignoring them leads to a worse understanding of sports.
By Muneeb Alam
Despite starting the game in a 15-0 hole, the Lions rallied and sent the game into overtime before ultimately falling 68-65.
In a road trip out west, women's basketball fell to Portland and Portland State and has now dropped six in a row.
Though the Lions were able to prevail over Michigan State, they fell to Clarion and Lehigh.
Despite our discontent, it is important to remember the positives in our lives.
By Tom Kappner
The editorial board's endorsement of Manhattanville failed to acknowledge past expansionary failings.
Meaningful change can only be achieved through the address of real campus traumas.
After months of discussion, Columbia Law School will install public Wi-Fi for Law library patrons not affiliated with the Law School, effective immediately.
By Ali Sawyer
The process for student groups to reserve space is getting easier, Activities Board at Columbia leaders announced at the board’s annual town hall last week.
A new group of environmentally minded Harlemites are working to produce solar energy in the neighborhood, and will begin installing solar panels in the spring.