Amy Talkington is a screenwriter who’s also an author. Or an author who’s also a screenwriter. She envisions her first novel, Liv, Forever (Soho Press, 2014), one day appearing on the screen.
In honor of the College's 125th anniversary, two members of the Class of 2013 curate an exhibition of contemporary alumnae artists.
Barnard’s writer-in-residence reflects on what has changed—in the neighborhood and in herself—since she last lived in Morningside Heights.
An increasing need leads to extraordinary efforts to encourage financial support.
Waikiki Screen, 2010
Today’s power outages, often due to demands on the electrical grid during the sweltering days of summer, have most of us gritting our teeth while we wait for the AC and lights to return. In the early ’40s, a member of the Class of ’36 wrote of more sinister blackouts.
Professor Séverine Autesserre highlights the difficulties of international peacekeeping and offers solutions.
Natalie Twersky Berkowitz ’56
Parry Creedon ’99
Emma Wolfe ’01 on her role as New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio’s Director of Intergovernmental Affairs