NEW YORK, NY — Columbia has established the Campbell Championship Fund to honor Bill Campbell '62CC.
Columbia is hosting three events next week, one in Los Angeles on May 30, another in Palo Alto on June 1 and a third on June 2 in Sacramento.
In December, Columbia Athletics announced the launch of a new branding campaign #OnlyHere, which focuses on the assortment of advantages to the Columbia student-athlete with emphasis on its extraordinary location in New York City, unparalleled academic and career opportunities, an elite-level athletic performance program, and a "built to win" foundation in facilities and personnel. In the fourth of a five-part series, we focus on the third brand pillar of Columbia Athletics which is its unparalleled academic and career opportunities.
The Columbia Golf Program has signed an agreement with Haworth Country Club as one of its home practice venues, Director of Golf Rich Mueller and Women's Golf Coach Amy Weeks announced on Wednesday afternoon. Haworth will allow the Columbia men's and women's golf programs an additional practice facility as well as the opportunity to host annual collegiate tournaments, an alumni, friends and family tournament, along with golf camps.
Columbia University celebrated the Commencement of its 263rd academic year on Wednesday, May 17 on the Morningside Heights Campus in the City of New York.
The Ivy League Athletic Directors announced that the 2018 Men's Lacrosse Tournament will be located at a neutral site, Robert K. Kraft Field at Lawrence A. Wien Stadium on the campus of Columbia University.
The Columbia University Office of Student Life and Columbia Athletics joined to host the annual Step Up Against Sexual Assault Workout Program on Sunday, April 23 in the Dodge Fitness Center Blue Gym. The event featured a campus-wide workout focused on team-building exercises and information on how to prevent sexual assault through bystander intervention. A number of Columbia student-athletes volunteered their time to help lead the workouts and demonstrate the exercises.
Senior Margaret Lu of fencing and men's tennis' Shawn Hadavi were each presented the Connie S. Maniatty Outstanding Senior Student-Athlete Awards to highlight the 96th edition of the Varsity C Celebration at the Roone Arledge Auditorium Wednesday night.
The award goes to a senior female student-athlete enrolled in Barnard who exemplifies the qualities of academic success, athletic achievement, strong sporting behavior & commitment to community.
The Athletics Alumni Award is presented to an ardent and loyal alumnus or alumna who has been an outstanding contributor to Columbia Athletics for many years.
Columbia University senior student-athletes Devon Roeper '17CC and Kesi Neblett '17SEAS were honored with graduation cords by the Office of Multicultural Affairs on Tuesday.
The event serves as the final gathering of the academic year for all of Columbia's student-athletes, showcasing their achievements and milestones. The highest honors will be bestowed on some of the Lions' brightest stars.