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WE SUBSTITUTE RUSSIAN GAS
"discovery of the century"-Hispanics from the end of the world-our discovery SURPASSES THE SILK ROAD

WITHOUT GAS PIPELINE--- -discovery- for-USA- EUROPE - AU-it.Israel---uk-de.nz.etc.etc. THANK YOU
European Union, WILL HAVE ITS OWN GAS - . - WILL HAVE ITS OWN GAS" //NOT FROM RUSSIA
---our discovery SURPASSES THE SILK ROAD
-deliver
discovery for

---para la OTAN gracias---for NATO thank you
---our discovery SURPASSES THE SILK ROAD
-discovery- for-USA- EUROPE - AU-it.Israel---uk-de.etc.etc. THANK YOU
NEITHER WITH WATER, NOR SUN, NOR WIND, NOR WITH CEREAL FERTILIZERS OF ANY KIND, NOR WITH OIL DERIVATIVES, NOR COAL, NOR NUCLEAR-NOR DAMS-NOR-uranium
discovery WITHOUT GAS PIPELINE-without planet there is no life-
an example of our discovery
on CLIMATE CHANGE GAS ENERGY
"what we discovered could not be done 80 years
without planet there is no life
THE THAW DOESN'T STOP
An example would be zidovudine, better known as AZT, which was developed in the 1960s for the treatment of cancer, without success, and twenty years later it was one of the first treatments available for HIV patients. Or sildenafil, initially developed for hypertension, and later found use in erectile dysfunction, like the well-known Vi**ra.
-our discovery SURPASSES THE SILK ROAD
"discovery of the century"
NEITHER WITH WATER, NOR SUN, NOR WIND, NOR WITH CEREAL FERTILIZERS OF ANY KIND, NOR WITH OIL DERIVATIVES, NOR COAL, NOR NUCLEAR-NOR DAMS-NOR-uranium
THE THAW DOESN'T STOP
AFTER THE WORK OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE WILL BE THE CHANGE OF THE WAY OF GENERATING ENERGY we have it"discovery of the century" we discover THE SOLUTION
European Union, WILL HAVE ITS OWN GAS - . - WILL HAVE ITS OWN GAS" //NOT FROM RUSSIA
(THE END gas problem-energy),THE END
discovery WITHOUT GAS PIPELINE
WE ARE-children grandchildren European Union
European Union, WILL HAVE ITS OWN GAS - . - WILL HAVE ITS OWN GAS" //NOT FROM RUSSIA
"discovery of the century"COP26- G20+DAVOS does not have the solution-we YES
our discovery SURPASSES THE SILK ROAD(THE END gas problem-energy),THE ENDdiscovery WITHOUT GAS PIPELINEWE ARE-children grandchildren European Union European Union, WILL HAVE ITS OWN GAS - . - WILL HAVE ITS OWN GAS" //NOT FROM RUSSIA"discovery of the century"COP26- G20+DAVOS does not have the solution-we YES//
Antonio testa--Facebook/WhatsApp-1165002333/// perro [email protected]/[email protected]
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"discovery of the century" discovery WITHOUT GAS PIPELINE AFTER THE WORK OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE WILL BE THE CHANGE OF THE WAY OF GENERATING ENERGY we have it
HELP--AYUDA
children and grandchildren of Europe
we
for-IGCC 2022 Climate Change Investment and Finance Summit-Sydney//-"discovery of the century"discovery WITHOUT GAS PIPELINE
"discovery of the century"COP26- G20+DAVOS does not have the solution-we YES
do not want money if the laws of USA- EUROPE - AU-it.Israel---uk-de.etc.etc.
we
buscamos llegar a funcionarios-políticos- instituciones empresas gracias
The custom of many politicians is to STOP improvements of the common good.
if it helps in intellectual property
hello we are not looking for money
yes legal aid to the discovery thanks for listening
WITHOUT GAS PIPELINE sin gasoducto
un antes y un después
European Union, WILL HAVE ITS OWN GAS - . - WILL HAVE ITS OWN GAS" //NOT FROM RUSSIA
one before and one after
discovery WITHOUT GAS PIPELINE
"discovery of the century" discovery WITHOUT gas pipeline
a decade millions of jobs on the planet changing the way we generate energy
thanks for listening in my country the intellectual property is private
the planet warns and warns/ the planet warns and warns/ the planet warns and warns
-we can speak spanish thanks
(THE END gas problem-energy,THE END)
MILLIONS of jobs on the planet changing the way we generate energy
European Union, WILL HAVE ITS OWN GAS - . - WILL HAVE ITS OWN GAS" //NOT FROM RUSSIA
the planet warns and warns/ the planet warns and warns/ the planet warns and warns
WE ARE-children grandchildren European Union---//
we don't want money
if it helps in intellectual property
unprecedented development in history
unprecedented development in history
/////Tenemos la solución del cambio climático y nadie del mundo nos escucha-

Científicos advierten de posible “megatsunami” causado por el deshielo en Alaska | La República
larepublica.pe
llegar a EEUU o UE-fin de los gasoductos THE END
"descubrimiento del siglo"
Unión Europea, TENDRÁ SU PROPIO GAS -.- TENDRÁ SU PROPIO GAS "// NO DE RUSIA
después de lo realizado por el imperio romano nuestro descubrimiento cambia la historia de generar energía
todo lo hecho es prehistoria lo nuestro es un antes y un después- cuidando el planeta en un ciento por ciento
es un antes y un despues
no NUCLEAR
sin agua ni Represas

l Sin viento sin sol
no SOLAR -----
NO CON AGUA, NO SOL, NO CON VIENTO, NO CON ABONO DE CEREALES DE NINGÚN TIPO, NO CON DERIVADOS DE PETROLEO, NO CARBÓN, NO NUCLEAR-SIN REPRESAS

/ "descubrimiento del siglo" SOMOS creadores perseguidos hablo español// Sin Planeta no hay maravillas en el mundo MENOS VIDA-- cambio climático/ NO ECONOMÍA-SI cambio climático -- Unión Europea, TENDRÁ SU PROPIO GAS -.- TENDRÁ SU PROPIO GAS "// NO DE RUSIA// fin de los gasoductos/Millones de empleos en el mundo para cambiar el sistema cuidando el planeta//UNA FORMA SIN PRECEDENTES DE GENERAR ENERGÍA -- Un antes y un después cambia la historia- // COP26-DAVOS./G20- no tiene la solución, la tenemos herederos de Europa CAMBIO CLIMÁTICO NO ECONOMÍA - no queremos dinero si las leyes para el desarrollador- EUROPA-USA-AU .un país que respeta la propiedad intelectual / - Albert Einstein “Es una locura hacer lo mismo una y otra vez con la esperanza de obtener resultados diferentes. Nuestro descubrimiento no molesta a la gente de los territorios, les ayuda. Tenemos los medios para producir energía dejando de lado la energía nuclear. Energía superior a la eólica. EN 1800 RAILWAY-1970 MOBILE COMPUTER-1980 - // 2004 FACEBOOK -2014- WhatsApp --2019 DISCOVERY, - TENGO LA SOLUCIÓN NO EN DAVOS- - Unión Europea, TENDRÁ SU PROPIO GAS SIN GASODUCTO DE RUSIA-.- "// NO DE RUSIA Hacer funcionar las turbinas que producen electricidad -NO CON SOL- NO CON AGUA, NO, NO CON VIENTO, NO CON FERTILIZANTE DE CEREALES DE NINGÚN TIPO, NO CON DERIVADOS DEL PETRÓLEO, NO NO CARBONO,NO URANIO- NO NUCLEAR-NO SIN REPRESAS- sin represas Es como empezar de nuevo. Puedes imaginar una nueva forma de vida. LA TENDRAN pueblos, ciudades, provincias, distritos. El tsunami NO PUEDE estropear nuestra producción de energía. Es difícil precisar la forma ya que es una materia prima que no se está utilizando en el mundo esta materia prima se dejó de lado porque el problema en esos días se resolvió es imposible que los países más desarrollados trabajen en esto. Nuestra forma de producir energía cambia la historia, es 100% seguro No influye en el efecto invernadero Fuimos premiados como Innovadores en 2010 por otro tema de Descubrimiento Asunto: lo tenemos ----- lo tenemos- Lo que el mundo busca lo tenemos El nivel del mar en la región costera alrededor de Ocean Isle Beach, Carolina del Norte, ha aumentado aproximadamente 7,6 centímetros (3 pulgadas) desde principios de la década de 1980.El aumento del nivel del mar llega a las costas, haciéndolas más vulnerables a las inundaciones. / JPL-Caltech2019: en marzo, un equipo de investigación dirigido por la NASA anunció que, el glaciar de Groenlandia que fluye y adelgaza más rápido en las últimas dos décadas, ahora fluye más lentamente, espesándose y moviéndose hacia el océano en lugar de retroceder más hacia adentro. . será la historia del siglo. -- Unión Europea, TENDRÁ SU PROPIO GAS TENEMOS LA SOLUCIÓN PARA EL CAMBIO CLIMÁTICO ----- No queremos dinero si las leyes, - Para el desarrollador Energía gas Cambio climático-El descubrimiento del siglo LO TENEMOS Miami podría quedar bajo el agua a consecuencia del cambio climático | Davos no tiene la solución, la tenemos herederos de Europa observan la fundación de la creación Un proceso irreversible. El aumento del nivel del mar Agua.DESCUBRIMOS La madre todas las energías ----- las tenemos-///Se desprende de la Antártida un iceberg del tamaño de Gran Canaria-EL DESCUBRIMIENTO QUE TENEMOS será el evento del siglo// ===== LA UNICA VERDAD LA REALIDAD-La vida depende de dejar bajo tierra el 80% de los combustibles fósiles-La física puede imponer una claridad vigorizante en el mundo, normalmente turbio, Puede hacer las cosas más simples. No fáciles, sino simples. -Aquí están los números: Tenemos que mantener bajo tierra el 80% de las reservas conocidas de combustibles fósiles. Si no lo hacemos—sí extraemos el carbón, el petróleo y el gas y los quemamos—sobrecargaremos los sistemas físicos del planeta, calentándola Tierra mucho más allá de la línea roja trazada por los científicos y los gobiernos. No se trata de "deberíamos hacerlo”, o “sería sensato hacerlo”. Es más fácil: "tenemos que hacerlo. LAS OPINIONES SON LIBRESLOS HECHOS SON SAGRADOS observar la base de la creación Científicos advierten de posible “megatsunami” causado por el deshielo en Alaska | NO QUEREMOS DINERO-sí, AYUDANOS CON LAS LEYES de propiedad intelectual. El Descubrimiento del Siglo--2 metros más del mar -1.5 grados -300 millones menos de gente en 50 años/- El descubrimiento del Siglo lo Tenemos-La Madre de todas las Energía /// PUDE JUNTAR 3 RELIGIONES NO 3 POLÍTICOS- Gas energía Cambio climático-. EN 1800 EL FERROCARRIL-1938 primer computadora -1966 corazón artificial - 1980 el celular- 1990 internet -2004 FACEBOOK--- 2014- WhatsApp --2015 solución del cambio climático cambiando el ciento por ciento de la forma de generar energía/// - FELICITADO POR EL HOY PAPA POR MIS DESARROLLOS -PREMIADO CREADOR INNOVADOR 2011 EN LA RURAL -CARTA DE UN SENADOR DEMÓCRATA DE EE UU -FELICITADO POR EL PUEBLO DE MIS PADRES DE ITALIA EN 1999-EL ESTADO ARGENTINO EN VARIAS REUNIONES SOLO PIDE QUE ESPECIFIQUE tratándonos de ilusos-NO CON AGUA, NO SOL, NO CON VIENTO, NO CON ABONO DE CEREALES DE NINGÚN TIPO, NO CON DERIVADOS DE, NO CARBÓN, NO NUCLEAR-SIN REPRESAS--es un antes y un después UNA FORMA DE GENERAR ENERGÍA QUE NO SE PODÍA DESCUBRIR ANTES. // - G20-DAVOS -NOO TIENEN NADA-- -Tenemos el Descubrimiento, SOMOS DEL FIN DEL MUNDO -CUNA DEL QUERIDO PAPA-Tenemos el Descubrimiento que el Querido Papa no para de PEDIIR----La física puede imponer una claridad vigorizante en el mundo, normalmente turbio, Puede hacer las cosas más simples. No fáciles, sino simples. -Aquí están los números: Tenemos que mantener bajo tierra el 80% de las reservas conocidas de combustibles fósiles. Si no lo hacemos—si extraemos el carbón,el petróleo y el gas y los quemamos—sobrecargaremos los sistemas físicos del planeta, calentando la Tierra mucho más allá de la línea roja trazada por los científicos y los gobiernos. No se trata de “deberíamos hacerlo”, o “sería sensato hacerlo”. Es más fácil: “tenemos que hacerlo” -Einstein dijo la imaginación supera el conocimiento--Desarrollador se Nace.-Cambio Climático,Energía,Gas, EL TEMA DESCUBRIMIENTO LO TENEMOS-- En mi querido PAÍS hay gente que lleva 25 y 30 años de juicio por patentes, -NO QUEREMOS NO BUSCAMOS DINERO--SI LEGALIDAD POR EL DESCUBRIMIENTO- ANTES NO SE PODIA DESCUBRIR LO NUESTRO-El Vaticano se alía con ecologista no católicos POR EL PLANETA -la energía del futuro-PERO EN MI QUERIDO PAÍS TE TRATAN DE ILUSO-NUESTRO DESCUBRIMIENTO DE ENERGÍA-GAS NO PERJUDICA AL PLANETA. ENERGÍA,lll- La pueden Adquirir,Países,Barrios,Ciudades,Provincias,Distritos,Pueblos. GAS de Qatar Rusia es prehistoria. -un-enorme-iceberg-de-un-billón-de-toneladas-se-desprendió FINLANDIA enterrara residuos radiactivos toneladas de combustible gastado de la industria de energía nuclear de Finlandia. Plutonio y productos -Equipo de excavación en lo que será el primer depósito permanente para combustible nuclear usado, que estará bajo 430 metros de roca.- DESCUBRIMIENTO DEL FIN DE LA ENERGÍA NUCLEAR Oklahoma relaciona - Un informe científico sostiene que los seísmos son causados por la inyección de agua residual para la producción de gas y petróleo-Un deslizamiento de tierra masivo derrumba varios edificios en China deslizamiento de tierras sepultó este domingo 33 edificios de un parque industrial--Irak: una gigantesca represa podría romperse y causar daños de “proporciones épicas”-cuidar el planeta, con Hu Jintao, presidente chino. Antes del encuentro,el dirigente norteamericano hizo un llamamiento para que China la ‘propiedad intelectual’, alegando las múltiples copias de diseños industriales que fabrica el gigante asiático en materia de tecnología, textil e incluso-alimentación.- En Rusia, el cambio climático libera virus atrapados en el hielo ,EE UU:-/ / - LA UNICA VERDAD LA REALIDAD-" sin agua ni represas///Tenemos la solución del cambio climático y nadie del mundo nos escucha-/// "descubrimiento del siglo" SOMOS creadores perseguidos// Sin Planeta no hay maravillas en el mundo MENOS VIDA cambio climático/ NO ECONOMÍA-SI cambio climático -//UNA FORMA SIN PRECEDENTES DE GENERAR ENERGÍA Un antes y un después cambia la historia sin precedentes- // /DESASTRES CLIMÁTICOS EN TODO EL PLANETA La frenética deforestación en Brasil tendrá graves consecuencias en Argentina |
DESPUÉS DE LA OBRA DEL IMPERIO ROMANO SERÁ nuestro descubrimiento EL CAMBIO EN LA FORMA DE GENERAR ENERGÍA Lo tenemos cambiamos la historia--"descubrimiento del siglo"

NOT WITH WATER, NOT SUN, NOT WITH WIND, NOT WITH CEREAL FERTILIZER OF ANY KIND, NOT WITH DERIVATIVES OF, NOT COAL, NOT NUCLEAR-NO DAMS-

llegar a EEUU o UE-AU-fin de los gasoductos THE END
"descubrimiento del siglo"
Unión Europea, TENDRÁ SU PROPIO GAS -.- TENDRÁ SU PROPIO GAS "// NO DE RUSIA

no NUCLEAR
sin agua ni Represas
Sin viento sin sol
no SOLAR -----
NO CON AGUA, NO SOL, NO CON VIENTO, NO CON ABONO DE CEREALES DE NINGÚN TIPO, NO CON DERIVADOS DE PETROLEO, NO CARBÓN, NO NUCLEAR-SIN REPRESAS

entrte otros
premiado en la rural 2011
felicitado por el pueblo de mis padres de Italia 1999
cumplirle el sueño al querido papa
desde el senado de USA por PD
felicitado por el militar más querido de argentina
reuniones con el estado argentino para que especifique
carta del cura más importante del obispado de san Martín

Antonio testa--Facebook/WhatsApp-1165002333/// perro callejero-Facebook
[email protected]/[email protected]l.com

es el cambio climático no la economía
https://laverdadnoticias.com/ecologia/Miami-podria-quedar-bajo-el-agua-a-consecuencia-del-cambio-climatico-20190709-0166.html
laverdadnoticias.com
https://www.perfil.com/noticias/ciencia/la-frenetica-deforestacion-en-brasil-tendra-graves-consecuencias-en-argentina.phtml?fbclid=IwAR06A6ZuoszUp4r8vigVGYEiIk47LmjzYBaLxNBfy45Z8BXtVHtWq43lDy0


https://larepublica.pe/ciencia/2020/10/19/cientificos-advierten-de-posible-megatsunami-causado-por-el-deshielo-en-alaska/
larepublica.pe

https://es.greenpeace.org/es/trabajamos-en/oceanos/artico/consecuencias-del-deshielo-del-artico/

https://larepublica.pe/ciencia/2020/10/19/cientificos-advierten-de-posible-megatsunami-causado-por-el-deshielo-en-alaska/


desde el fin del mundo cuna del querido PAPA lo trate es un buen hombre

Dalla fine del mondo, culla del caro Papa, è un brav'uomo

AFTER THE WORK OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE WILL BE our discovery THE CHANGE IN THE WAY OF GENERATING ENERGY We have it we change history--"discovery of the century"

un ejemplo DE nuestro descubrimiento
sobre el CAMBIO CLIMATICO ENERGIA GAS

lo que descubrimos nosotros no se podía hacer hace 80 años

Un ejemplo sería la zidovudina, más conocida como AZT, que se desarrolló en los años 60 del siglo XX para el tratamiento del cáncer, sin éxito, y que veinte años después fue uno de los primeros tratamientos disponibles para los enfermos de VIH. O el sildenafilo, inicialmente desarrollado para la hipertensión, y que posteriormente encontró un uso en la disfunción eréctil, como la conocida Vi**ra.

Antonio testa--Facebook/WhatsApp-1165002333/[email protected]/[email protected]

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‘Ninjababy’ is an irreverent comedy on conception and creation - Columbia Spectator 17/03/2022

‘Ninjababy’ is an irreverent comedy on conception and creation - Columbia Spectator

In “Ninjababy,” pregnancy sneaks up on the carefree lifestyle of young cartoonist Rakel. Directed by Yngvild Sve Flikke, this comedy-drama follows the artist as she reframes her unborn child through her own creative powers, imagining the fetus as one of her cartoons.

‘Ninjababy’ is an irreverent comedy on conception and creation - Columbia Spectator Rakel’s list of life aspirations includes being an astronaut, a beer-taster, a globe-trotter, and a comic book artist. Nowhere to be found on her list was becoming a mother. But when an unknown culprit crawls into her womb with superhuman stealth and stays there, undetected, for over six months, R...

‘I am Belmaya’ tells the tale of a Nepali woman courageously challenging patriarchy through film - Columbia Spectator 17/03/2022

‘I am Belmaya’ tells the tale of a Nepali woman courageously challenging patriarchy through film - Columbia Spectator

Shown at the 12th annual Athena Film Festival, the documentary “I am Belmaya” tells the real-life tale of Belmaya Nepali—how a woman born into the lowest caste in Nepal and trapped in an abusive marriage went on to create award-winning short films exposing patriarchal structures in society. Co-directed by Belmaya Nepali and Sue Carpenter, the film’s autobiographical touch gives it a unique intimacy.

‘I am Belmaya’ tells the tale of a Nepali woman courageously challenging patriarchy through film - Columbia Spectator “You’re always coming with a brain full of cow dung.”

As women’s basketball wins WNIT opening round, Abbey Hsu breaks record for most Ivy League threes in a season - Columbia Spectator 17/03/2022

As women’s basketball wins WNIT opening round, Abbey Hsu breaks record for most Ivy League threes in a season - Columbia Spectator

In its opening round of the WNIT, women’s basketball started off strong with an 80-69 win over Holy Cross. Sophomore guard Abbey Hsu had a historic night, scoring 24 points and breaking the record for most threes in an Ivy League season and most threes in a Columbia women’s basketball player’s career.

As women’s basketball wins WNIT opening round, Abbey Hsu breaks record for most Ivy League threes in a season - Columbia Spectator Just one day after falling to Princeton in the Ivy League championship finals, Columbia women’s basketball kept its season alive and accepted an invitation to c...

Women’s basketball falls to Princeton in Ivy League Championship Finals - Columbia Spectator 16/03/2022

Women’s basketball falls to Princeton in Ivy League Championship Finals - Columbia Spectator

Princeton’s 19-4 run in the second quarter helped it topple Columbia in this year’s Ivy League championships. Despite an admirable offensive recovery, the Tigers’ consistency throughout the game kept the Lions from biting into the 12-point deficit at the half. Junior guard Jaida Patrick, who went 11-of-13 against Yale, got into foul trouble and was only able to play 25 minutes. The team’s leading scorer, sophomore guard Abbey Hsu, shot just 5-of-19 from the field.

Women’s basketball falls to Princeton in Ivy League Championship Finals - Columbia Spectator Women’s basketball took the court for its first-ever Ivy League championship final after beating the Yale Bulldogs easily in the first round. Looking for revenge against the Princeton Tigers, the Lions fell short for a third time, losing 77-59. Princeton was crowned Ivy League champion, while Colu...

St. Patrick’s Day Events in New York City - Columbia Spectator 13/03/2022

St. Patrick’s Day Events in New York City - Columbia Spectator

Looking for things to do for St. Patrick’s Day, but not sure where to start your search? Spectrum covers the best restaurants, pubs, and events to explore during this March!

St. Patrick’s Day Events in New York City - Columbia Spectator As someone who goes to school in the middle of a bustling city, you probably constantly hear about exciting things people have done beyond the no-longer-twinkling trees of College Walk. But when you finally decide to take a break from studying and scour the Internet for such fun events, there is so....

Women’s basketball dominates Yale, clinches spot in program’s first-ever Ivy title game - Columbia Spectator 12/03/2022

Women’s basketball dominates Yale, clinches spot in program’s first-ever Ivy title game - Columbia Spectator

Women’s basketball cruised to a 67-38 victory in its Ivy League semifinal matchup against Yale on Friday. After a hot first quarter, the Lions showed no signs of slowing down before earning a blowout win. Columbia will return to the court tomorrow to play for the program’s first-ever Ivy League crown against Princeton’s undefeated team at 5 p.m.

Women’s basketball dominates Yale, clinches spot in program’s first-ever Ivy title game - Columbia Spectator For the first time in program history, the women’s basketball team will compete for an Ivy League championship this Saturday.

Coming to terms with Call Me By Your Name - Columbia Spectator 11/03/2022

Coming to terms with Call Me By Your Name - Columbia Spectator

In his first column, Stuart Beal, CC ’25, describes his journey with the movie “Call Me By Your Name” and how his view of the movie has been impacted by his personal growth as well as his first-year experience at Columbia. He writes, “I want the media we decide to praise to be a part of that progression, not working against it.”

Coming to terms with Call Me By Your Name - Columbia Spectator Content warning: This article discusses topics of sexual violence.

Track and field wins two titles at Ivy League Heptagonals - Columbia Spectator 10/03/2022

Track and field wins two titles at Ivy League Heptagonals - Columbia Spectator

Columbia track and field earned two titles in the women’s distance medley relay and the men’s 4x800m relay at the Ivy League Indoor Heptagonal Championships, Ultimately, it was not enough for the Lions to emerge as Ancient Eight champions, as both teams finished fifth overall.

Track and field wins two titles at Ivy League Heptagonals - Columbia Spectator After a solid weekend at the Ivy League Indoor Heptagonal Championships on Feb. 26 and 27, Columbia track and field walked away with two titles in the women’s distance medley relay and the men’s 4x800m relay. 13 Lions earned All-Ivy League honors. But in the end, that was not enough for the Ligh...

Men's tennis dominates Penn State - Columbia Spectator 10/03/2022

Men's tennis dominates Penn State - Columbia Spectator

On Saturday, the No. 16 Lions traveled up to Westchester to face the then No. 63 Nittany Lions (7-10). The Light Blue produced a very convincing win with a score of 5-2. Three straight set single wins from sophomore Roko Horvat, first-year Max Westphal and sophomore Henry Ruger were the day’s highlights. The doubles point was secured early on as well, with the No. 29 pair Westphal and sophomore Theo Winegar earning their seventh win together this season.

Men's tennis dominates Penn State - Columbia Spectator Over the weekend, No.16 Columbia tennis celebrated breaking into the top 20 in national rankings by traveling to Westchester, New York to face Pennsylvania State University, No. 63 going into the match. With a clear display of their doubles prowess, the Lions faced little difficulty taking down the....

Kazimir wins title, wrestling earns fifth place at EIWA Championships - Columbia Spectator 10/03/2022

Kazimir wins title, wrestling earns fifth place at EIWA Championships - Columbia Spectator

The Lions had an accolade-filled weekend at the Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Association Championship in Ithaca, New York. They placed fifth with a score of 84.5 after a championship performance from junior Matt Kazimir, a second place finish by sophomore Joshua Ogunsanya, and six other podium finishes. This performance tied with the program’s highest finish at the EIWA championships. As a result, three Lions—Ogunsanya, Kazimir, and junior Joe Manchio—qualified for the national championships in Detroit.

Kazimir wins title, wrestling earns fifth place at EIWA Championships - Columbia Spectator Over the weekend, the Lions traveled to Ithaca, New York, to compete in the Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Association Championships. Competing with wrestlers from 17 schools, the Light Blue came away from the competition with three Lions heading to the national tournament, a fifth place finish w...

Bollinger promises to welcome Ukrainian scholars and students - Columbia Spectator 10/03/2022

Bollinger promises to welcome Ukrainian scholars and students - Columbia Spectator

University President Lee Bollinger issued an official message on March 2 welcoming scholars and students seeking refuge from the war in Ukraine. This marks an expansion of an earlier initiative already set in place to support scholars and students displaced by the crisis in Afghanistan. Relevant University offices will also be providing support for Ukrainian and Russian students.

Bollinger promises to welcome Ukrainian scholars and students - Columbia Spectator In response to the Russian invasion of Ukraine, University President Lee Bollinger announced on March 2 that the University will welcome Ukrainian students and scholars displaced by the war. This is an expansion of an initiative originally put in place for students affected by the crisis in Afghanis...

University announces ‘streamlined’ changes to faculty retirement investment plans - Columbia Spectator 10/03/2022

University announces ‘streamlined’ changes to faculty retirement investment plans - Columbia Spectator

The University announced changes to its retirement investment plans for faculty members. While the overall structure will remain the same, investment plan options will be streamlined and will reduce faculty expenses.

University announces ‘streamlined’ changes to faculty retirement investment plans - Columbia Spectator In a recent University Senate meeting, Columbia announced that its faculty retirement investment plans will undergo several changes. The revised structure mirrors recent changes made at peer institutions.

Powerful solos and comedic relief on Maple Avenue: Barnard theater department’s “Fun Home” - Columbia Spectator 09/03/2022

Powerful solos and comedic relief on Maple Avenue: Barnard theater department’s “Fun Home” - Columbia Spectator

From March 3 to 5, the Barnard theater department presented Lisa Kron’s “Fun Home” at the Minor Latham Playhouse as the department’s first show of the spring season. Directed by Barnard adjunct lecturer Lisa Rothe and adapted from Alison Bechdel’s 2006 graphic memoir, the production balanced highly energetic scenes with moving contemplations on family, sexuality, and death.

Powerful solos and comedic relief on Maple Avenue: Barnard theater department’s “Fun Home” - Columbia Spectator Content warning: This article deals with topics of suicide.

From “The Gilded Age” set to Low Steps: Taylor Richardson on acting, studying, and living in the city - Columbia Spectator 09/03/2022

From “The Gilded Age” set to Low Steps: Taylor Richardson on acting, studying, and living in the city - Columbia Spectator

From acting on a hit period drama to being a busy Ivy League student, Taylor Richardson discusses how living in New York City, maintaining a bubbly attitude, and being a GS student have allowed her to juggle everything.

From “The Gilded Age” set to Low Steps: Taylor Richardson on acting, studying, and living in the city - Columbia Spectator Taylor Richardson, GS ’25, strolls into Joe Coffee with a large patterned suitcase, waving enthusiastically. As she sits, she exudes the confidence of someone made for the stage. She talks with her hands and laughs loudly. Every small detail, up to the bumblebee necklace hanging around her neck—...

Baseball splits series at Davidson as star players begin to emerge - Columbia Spectator 09/03/2022

Baseball splits series at Davidson as star players begin to emerge - Columbia Spectator

In a homecoming weekend for head coach Brett Boretti, the Lions won two out of four games against the Davidson Wildcats. Junior infielder Andy Blake and senior outfielder Joshua Solomon hit two home runs each to supplement a number of strong pitching performances. The 3-4 starting record is Columbia’s best through seven games since 2016.

Baseball splits series at Davidson as star players begin to emerge - Columbia Spectator In the team’s second series of the season, baseball held its own against a talented out-of-conference foe.

Squash fails to reign victorious at nationals - Columbia Spectator 09/03/2022

Squash fails to reign victorious at nationals - Columbia Spectator

Women’s squash capped off their historic season playing in the CSA National Championship as one of the country’s top eight teams, but met a disappointing end, finishing eighth in the nation. The men’s team defeated Trinity College, but fell to Harvard and Yale, leaving them fourth in the nation.

Squash fails to reign victorious at nationals - Columbia Spectator After qualifying to compete in the College Squash Association National Championship for the top eight teams in the nation, Columbia’s squash teams hoped to finish their seasons by winning the most coveted prizes in college squash: the Potter Cup for the men’s squad and the Howe Cup for the women...

Softball faces a second week of tough losses in weekend tournament - Columbia Spectator 09/03/2022

Softball faces a second week of tough losses in weekend tournament - Columbia Spectator

In its second week of competition, the Columbia softball team is struggling to pick up where it left off two years ago with another losing weekend.

Softball faces a second week of tough losses in weekend tournament - Columbia Spectator After a 3-1 midweek loss on the road to Fairleigh Dickinson University, the Columbia softball team traveled to Towson, Maryland to compete in the TU DeMarini Invitational, where it was slated to play four games. The Lions left the weekend with a 1-2 record after their rematch with Providence College...

University Senate unanimously approves new quantum science master’s program - Columbia Spectator 09/03/2022

University Senate unanimously approves new quantum science master’s program - Columbia Spectator

The University Senate unanimously approved a new quantum science and technology master’s program administered by the School of Engineering and Applied Science on March 4.

“To say that it's a research frontier is not an overstatement and we are excited to be training students who are proficient with the state of the art of what's coming out from the labs as opposed to just some long ago created knowledge,” Physics Department Chair Dmitri Basov said. “Columbia has played a key role in the quantum revolution one … and we certainly want to lead the way in quantum revolution two.”

University Senate unanimously approves new quantum science master’s program - Columbia Spectator Columbia’s University Senate unanimously approved a new quantum science and technology master’s program administered by the School of Engineering and Applied Science during its meeting on March 4. The joint venture between SEAS and Arts and Sciences, spearheaded by Columbia’s Quantum Initiativ...

NOMADS’s “When I Consider Everything That Grew” explores the intersection of joy, identity, and grief - Columbia Spectator 08/03/2022

NOMADS’s “When I Consider Everything That Grew” explores the intersection of joy, identity, and grief - Columbia Spectator

On March 3 and 4, New and Original Material Authored and Directed by Students presented their mainstage production, “When I Consider Everything That Grew” by Talia Hankin, CC ’22. The show provided an intimate look at the intersection of joy, grief, and identity.

NOMADS’s “When I Consider Everything That Grew” explores the intersection of joy, identity, and grief - Columbia Spectator Editor’s Note: This article has mentions of school shootings.

Bacchanal’s spring concert to be hosted off campus - Columbia Spectator 08/03/2022

Bacchanal’s spring concert to be hosted off campus - Columbia Spectator

On March 7, Bacchanal announced in an Instagram post that this year’s Bacchanal spring concert will be held at Terminal 5, an indoor concert venue in Hell’s Kitchen. This announcement mirrors Bacchanal’s spring 2020 shift to an off-campus venue, which was ultimately canceled due to the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Bacchanal’s spring concert to be hosted off campus - Columbia Spectator Bacchanal announced today in an Instagram post that this year’s Bacchanal spring concert will be held at Terminal 5, an indoor concert venue in Hell’s Kitchen.

Rishi Chhapolia, CC ’22, explores the limits of ambition in short film “Faust’s Facade” - Columbia Spectator 08/03/2022

Rishi Chhapolia, CC ’22, explores the limits of ambition in short film “Faust’s Facade” - Columbia Spectator

How much would you sacrifice to achieve what you want? The short film “Faust’s Facade,” directed by Rishi Chhapolia, CC ’22, follows a young actor’s fall into insanity as he takes method acting too far in an attempt to land the lead role in a film. Released through Vimeo and YouTube, the short film challenges human desire and ambition.

Rishi Chhapolia, CC ’22, explores the limits of ambition in short film “Faust’s Facade” - Columbia Spectator A dark screen appears, three discordant notes from a piano resound, and a door slowly creaks, as "Faust (the classic German legend) sold his soul to the Devil in exchange for wealth and power” appears on screen.

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Columbia men’s swimming and diving finished fifth at the Ivy League Championship. Two Lions took home first-team All-Ivy accolades, including junior diver Jonathan Suckow, who set an Ivy League Championship record in the 3-meter dive.

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Men’s hockey wins title for first time in team’s 126-year history - Columbia Spectator 08/03/2022

Men’s hockey wins title for first time in team’s 126-year history - Columbia Spectator

In dramatic fashion, Columbia men’s hockey won its championship match against Sacred Heart University on Feb. 20. This victory was the first time in the program’s 126-year history that they brought home a title, bringing a trophy to a turbulent and oft-forgotten club team.

Men’s hockey wins title for first time in team’s 126-year history - Columbia Spectator In Columbia men’s hockey’s 126-year history, the events of Feb. 20 were unprecedented.

As mask mandates end, students cautiously enter post-pandemic life - Columbia Spectator 08/03/2022

As mask mandates end, students cautiously enter post-pandemic life - Columbia Spectator

With New York City no longer mandating masks in public places, the University has set March 14 as the final expiration date for Columbia’s mask mandate. Although some students warn that this is premature, others are excited for a return to pre-pandemic life.

As mask mandates end, students cautiously enter post-pandemic life - Columbia Spectator As New York City loosens pandemic restrictions amid falling COVID-19 cases, the University has marked March 1 as the end of its voluntary affiliate testing and March 14 as the end of mandatory masking. Columbia students will return from spring break to a campus with few COVID-19 restrictions. While....

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