At this year’s Commencement, the Student Government Association president, Jung Hee Hyun ’13, recalled how some challenging family vacations helped her develop the self- confidence to handle out-of-the-ordinary situations and gain a more global perspective.
Lauren Graham '88 talks with Anna Quindlen '74 and Barnard Magazine about writing and acting.
A fashion exhibition at the Museum of Chinese in America, curated with the expertise of Professor Dorothy Ko, tells the story of Shanghai’s “new woman.”
Professor Severin Fowles's Gorge Project, a long-term program of excavations, archaeological surveys, and ethno-historical studies of the Rio Grande gorge, provide students with a wealth of hands-on research opportunities.
Students examine how arsenic seeps into groundwater in Bangladesh.
Students study the potential impact of green-roof fungi on the environment.
At Barnard, students majoring in the sciences or other research-intensive subjects have take part in research projects at levels usually reserved for graduate students.
When I was in college in the early 1980s, letters—on paper, in ink, with self-licked stamps and everything—were the primary form of communication. Cell phones, Facebook, and e-mail were inconceivable; the payphone in the hallway was noisy and unreliable. And so, like every college student of that era, I wrote letters.
The Story Behind the Success of the HBO Film Powerhouse Sheila Nevins '60