Bryna Kranzler ’80 writes about her grandfather’s life as a baker, soldier, and political prisoner in early twentieth-century Poland and Russia.
Meet five women who put the leadership skills they acquired at Barnard to use by serving in the Army, Air Force, and Marines.
Political Science Professor Mona El-Ghobashy considers the events leading to Hosni Mubarak's ouster.
Six current Barnard students were selected to travel to the Barnard's Third Annual Global Symposium "Women Changing Africa" during their spring break.
Members of Barnard's Architecture faculty on home-building for sustainability
Type A enthusiasm energizes Barnard’s new board chair.
Two new assistant professors in Barnard’s philosophy department, John Morrison and Elliot Paul, are using a mix of psychology and philosophy to help students explore big-picture topics like the nature of creativity and perception.
Frequently, women who have achieved some measure of success in the United States are asked—in public and private, at conferences and cocktail parties—the identically worded question: How do you do it?
Reni was one of six students selected to travel to South Africa to attend the Barnard’s Third Annual Global Symposium and assist with a leadership workshop for high school students from around Johannesburg.
Hayley was one of six students selected to travel to South Africa to attend the Barnard’s Third Annual Global Symposium and assist with a leadership workshop for high school students from around Johannesburg.