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The three recipients of the Erica Mann Jong '63 Writing Fellowship reflect on meeting the iconic writer for whom their fellowship was named.

As they prepare to retire, education professor Lee Anne Bell and history professor Herbert Sloan reflect on their careers.

Philosophy major Sera Schwarz '15 writes about a talk on campus by acclaimed novelist and philosopher Rebecca Newberger Goldstein '72.

Reflections on princesses and motherhood from author Devorah Blachor '91.

Jungle, by Mindell Seidlin '73.

A special evening--Barnard's first ever in L.A.--raises money for scholarships.

VISP students talk about their experiences, American-style classrooms, and New York City life.

 

The late Sarah Charlesworth ’69 deployed photography to create a visual philosophy of art; gallerist Michele Maccarone ’95 continues to forge a path for both Charlesworth’s estate and today’s women artists.

The College’s Global Symposium convenes in New York to assess women’s progress in leadership roles throughout the world.

 

The College commemorates 50 years since the civil rights activist delivered his last public speech in Barnard's gymnasium.