From interning at The Museum of Natural History to searching for the best pizza in Brooklyn, students and faculty discuss living in New York City.
Culinary enthusiasts explore their passion for food on and off campus
Watch John Glendinning, biology professor and director of Barnard's neuroscience and behavior program, share how he became interested in the science of taste.
From feminism to financial aid, students, faculty and staff share what is most special to them about Barnard.
Watch political science Professor Séverine Autesserre share her journey from aspiring reporter to activist to Ivy League professor in the first episode of Barnard's Pathways to Passion series.
Some of the art world's most lauded contemporary artists are Barnard alumnae, including Mierle Laderman Ukeles '61 and the late Sarah Charlesworth '69. In honor of the College's 125th anniversary, several took part in a show on campus. Hear them talk about their work. (At left: Detail from The Naked Eye by Erica Baum '84)
More than 120 young student scientists pursued full-time research projects as part of Barnard's new Summer Research Institute. Watch as they share their experiences and stories.
Look up, New York! The city's most iconic tower was lit with Barnard Blue on Monday, October 6, 2014. View photos from around the city.
Professor Katie Glasner interviews dancer-choreographer and Barnard Distinguished Guest Artist Twyla Tharp '63 about her creative process, and about premiering Treefrog in Stonehenge with Barnard students. See Twyla Tharp in person at her next Barnard lecture on November 7.
Alumnae class presidents from as far back as the class of '38 joined students, trustees, faculty, and staff at Riverside Church, where Pulitzer Prize-winning author Anna Quindlen '74 delivered the keynote address.