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Student Speak

Meet some of Barnard's exceptional young women and hear about their academics, aspirations, and lives in New York City.

Writer and activist Julie Zeilinger '15 is the founder and editor of the feminist blog The FBombNewsweek named her among "150 Women Who Shake the World" and she's one of the "eight most influential bloggers under 21" according to Women's Day Magazine. During her time at Barnard, Julie has published two books, A Little F’d Up: Why Feminism is Not a Dirty Word and College 101: A Girl's Guide to Freshman Year. Watch her share her journey as part of Barnard's Student Speak series.

Check out more student profile videos in our Student Speak archives

Ariane recently played Liesl in NBC's production of "The Sound of Music Live!" She also plays Eve in Darren Aronofsky's film Noah

Keyanna works in Barnard College's Arthur Ross Greenhouse. Her goal is to make urban spaces greener. 

Cinneah is a peer educator at the Barnard-Columbia Rape Crisis Anti-Violence Support Center. She was involved in the FORCE's 2013 Playboy prank

Gabby creates content for teen girls at Rookie Magazine and worked as a DIY blogger at Buzzfeed

Joanne's desire to paint grew out of her passion for cartooning. Her newest project involves illustrating a children's book. 

Lulu is the founder of the Barnard/Columbia Design for America Studio, a network of interdisciplinary student teams and community members using design for local and social impact.   

Emily-Anne is the founder and director of the nonprofit program We Stop Hate, dedicated to raising self-esteem in teens through social media. 

Claire created her own major, "philosophy of language." On the senior team of the American JKA Karate Association, she will represent the United States in Euro Cup.

An English major with a double minor in psychology and urban teaching, Mariany is a certified public school teacher in New York City. She is graduating from Barnard with a career opportunity at Goldman Sachs. 

Toby, a history major, founded her own nonprofit, Wear It Don't Bear It, which donates the sales of her personally designed charms to the Bereaved Parents of the USA

Bunge is a religion major who is the co-director of Columbia University's all-female a cappella group. She's also a talented jazz vocalist and a singer-songwriter.