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Men's tennis captures third consecutive Ivy League title
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CDCJ occupies Low Library


The group refused to leave the campus landmark this weekend, interrupting several scheduled Days on Campus events.

Goldberg warns CDCJ occupiers suspension may be "most relevant" punishment for sit-in

Goldberg said in an email on Saturday that she expects to recommend such a punishment to the University Judicial Board. 

CCSC releases statement about CDCJ sit-in, discusses constitutional amendments

The council's statement condemned the potential suspension or expulsion of protesters currently occupying Low. 

GS University Senate candidate Jeff Solazzi disqualified

The elections board cited his personal attack against Ramond Curtis, GS '19 and another candidate for the position, at the debates as justification for his disqualification. 

Elections 2016: Barnard and GS council debates

The candidates at the SGA forum discussed a wide array of platforms, while those at the GSSC debates focused largely on veteran and mental health issues.

COLUMN: Requiem for a sandwich ambassador

"Granted, half the current student body wasn’t here to see its creation, or even knows what a sandwich ambassador does, but the problems it attempted to tackle are still relevant today."

LTE: Hands off the endowment

"I do not imagine Low to be mine, just as I do not imagine the billions of dollars in the Columbia endowment to be mine in any but the most narrow of senses."

Men's tennis captures third consecutive Ivy League title

The No. 25 Lions (17-5, 7-0 Ivy) cruised in their two weekend matches, the first of which came against a Tigers team (14-10, 2-4 Ivy) that entered the match at the Savitt Center after losing two straight matches to Dartmouth and Harvard.


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