What was it like to be a Barnard student 25, 50—even 100 years ago? We dug deep into the photo archives and found pictures of campus life dating as far back as 1912. See this slideshow for scenes of studying and socializing through the decades. (At left, students gather by the fireplace in Brooks Hall in 1946.)
The New York Times and The New Yorker include Prof. Hamilton's book of poetry among the best of the year
Celebrated publishing project includes Barnard religion scholar's translations of 16th-century Indian poetry
Expert weighs in on how changes to normalize U.S. relations with Cuba will impact international trade
Check out the 125th anniversary website to view photos and an interactive timeline, share your memories of Barnard, and see next semester's 125th-anniversary events.
Barnard's Committee for Online and On-Campus Learning examines how faculty can best use digital technology to enhance learning.
President Spar announces town hall meetings to discuss potential changes to Barnard’s enrollment policy in light of changing gender norms.
"Bioinsecurity and Vulnerability" focuses on different threats facing communities around the world
Usually, fall letters from college presidents are full of the typical fall joys: the trees, the leaves, the newly enrolled students and returning faculty. And we have all of these on campus indeed. But there’s something else on campus this year; something that’s not so beautiful at all. Something that needs to be discussed and named and analyzed, even at the risk of inviting controversy and criticism.