It should come as little surprise to anyone following the Winter Olympics this year that the amount of controversy swirling at the games rivals the very snow falling over Sochi, Russia.
What can the 2014 Olympics tell us about the gender gap in our lives at Columbia?
Brooke Robbins sat down with Olympic figure skater Sasha Cohen to ask about the Winter Olympics and her life at Columbia.
You probably know that Sasha Cohen is an accomplished figure skater, but do you know that she is also a student at Columbia?
Four years ago, Reyna Pacheco, CC '16, almost dropped out of high school. In December, she traveled to Switzerland with other members of the squash community to lobby for the sport's inclusion in the 2020 Olympics.
Over the first week of the 2012 Olympics, current and former Lions saw mixed success.
Of the more than 10,000 Olympic athletes, 11 current and former Lions will be participating in the Games, among them five fencers, the Dominican flag bearer, and the first person from Croatia to qualify for the marathon.
With Light Blue fencers representing their countries at national tournaments and Olympic trials, they often have to sacrifice competing in the Ivy League Championships.
Wrestling assistant coach Adam Hall qualified for 2012 Olympic team trials after overcoming injuries throughout his career.
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