Every year, for somewhere between two and four weeks, my 86-year-old Greek father-in-law comes to visit. During that time, my house is full of the steams and smells that only someone born in Europe before the war can truly produce.
Seven alumnae in the food industry fill an array of roles.
A galaxy of experts in a number of fields—from education to activism, from economics to acting—bring meaningful dialogues to the campus
Opening night of the second Athena Film Festival sparkled with an array of film lovers and professionals
New faculty members strengthen the Africana studies program and establish new courses of study. Read more about these renowned scholars.
Anita Hill delivers the 2012 Helen Rogers Reid Lecture
Israeli diplomat discusses regional shifts—past, present, and future
Barnard’s Fourth Annual Global Symposium draws together India’s women leaders to share their culture and ideas and to inspire young women
to become leaders of the future
A performance becomes a political force