Zora Neale Hurston and Their Eyes Were Watching God at 75
What Hurston’s autobiography can and cannot tell us
Sylvia Montero ’72 endows a scholarship in honor of her parents who supported her in school and in life
Vermont Countryside, 2010, by Dana Levine '62
BANG! was the sound I heard in the middle of my sleep. I jumped up, not seeing my husband, Matt. I ran down the stairs, and prayed, “Please, God, don’t let this be what I think it is.”
Professor Lee Anne Bell is one of the filmmakers behind a gripping documentary about school desegregation that premiered at Barnard this fall.
About 70 first-year students fanned out across the New York City area Sunday night to enjoy intimate dinners generously hosted by alumnae. The latest in a string of activities for the Barnard Constellations, the residence-based social groups to which first-year students are assigned, the dinners took place at various locations—some in hosts’ homes, others in restaurants.