When I was 6 years old, I remember defiantly stating that I wanted to grow up to be the first female president of the United States. By the time I graduated from Barnard, I was more inclined toward being the “next” Katie Couric. Today, I’m very happy as a writer, lecturer, and small-business owner.... but I’m wondering what these changed goals say about me and my generation?
Spar responds to The Atlantic's cover story on trade-offs facing professional women.
In advance of Barnard's Commencement, President Spar notes the significance of President Obama speaking at a women's college.
Kenyan advocate for women's and girls' education and health speaks to Barnard students.
In this talk, Gail Hershatter, a professor of history at UC Santa Cruz, explores changes in the lives of women in rural Shaanxi province during the revolutionary decades of the 1950s and 1960s.
Blogger Julie Zeilinger ’15 talks to Chelsea Clinton on “The Digital Lives of Girls” panel during the Women in the World Summit