Sigrid von Hoyningen- Huene MacRae ’63 on her book, A World Elsewhere: An American Woman in Wartime Germany

Profile of actor Victoria Mack '01

A host of projects confirms the College's commitment to new technology

A range of interests keeps one professor constantly on the move

We’ve been collecting memories of alumnae about their Barnard days. Everything—from recollections of life-changing moments to pages from journals—has been posted to our 125th anniversary website. Each opens a window onto Barnard life; what follows are some of your reminiscences.

Barnard founder Annie Nathan Meyer and her sister, Maud Nathan, debate the question of women’s suffrage

Two alumnae spearhead a scholarship fund to salute a campus advisor who helped them pursue careers in medical health

Start of the Pre-Season by Dahlia Elsayed '92.

Journalist Dorothy Adelson ’30 had a life of “reading, rereading, and scribbling.” Her works include a memoir, Roughing it on the
Rue de la Paix, and two novels. Shirley Adelson Siegel ’37, recently collected her late sister’s thoughts on aging in a book; here are excerpts from Living Longer and Liking It.

On Feb. 18, 1965, Malcolm X spoke at Barnard, giving what would be his last public talk before his assassination on Feb. 21, 1965. Fifty years later, alumnae and Malcolm X experts met at Barnard to mark the historic speech.