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Live blog: Columbia football plays Wagner today at 6 p.m.

Follow along our live coverage as Columbia seeks their second consecutive win—and first win of the season—against the Staten Island team.


From the sweat-streaked victors on the field, to the long-suffering student fan base, to the patient core of alumni supporters, the Light Blue created a sigh of relief. Columbia won a football game.

Building a football program in 140 characters or less

For football coaches, social media is a key way to target potential players. 
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Columbia Divest for Climate Justice criticizes tar sand divestment proposal

The Advisory Committee on Socially Responsible Investing will close its survey on whether the University should divest from companies that mine tar sands.

Spar, Bell address contingent faculty union complaints

Since this February, the union has been locked in negotiations with the college over a first contract.

LTE: Spectator's coverage of UWriting ignores SEAS students

"Engineers don't have any classes that really teach them to write in complete sentences, let alone engineering essays or reports."

OP-ED: A queer theory

"In the queer community, we have a problem with labels."

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