alumnae

Emma Wolfe ’01 on her role as New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio’s Director of Intergovernmental Affairs

Enjoy a special exhibit of alumnae artists curated by Vanessa Thill '13 and Eunice Yooni Kim '13.

More information to come. 

An expert on Barnard's past, Professor Robert McCaughey has created an interactive timeline of the College's history in honor of its 125th anniversary. Now, he reflects on how his career intertwines with the College's history. (From Barnard Magazine, Fall 2014)

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)

Students, faculty, alumnae and community members gathered at Barnard on Sunday, October 26th, to celebrate the College's 125th anniversary year. View a photo essay that brings to life a wonderful day honoring Barnard's history, present, and future.

For the second consecutive year, Commencement took place at the iconic Radio City Music Hall, with 570 students receiving their diplomas.

Like most good celebrations, the ritual of commencement is typically a predictable affair. But in 2014 there were four commencement-speakers-who-weren’t; four would-be speakers who were either cancelled at the last minute or withdrew in the face of widespread campus criticism.

Historian Carol Berkin '64 is a best-selling author and a pioneer in early American Women's history.