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Three Barnard Musicians Take Home a Grammy
The New York Youth Symphony, which included members from the College, made history when it won the award for Best Orchestral Performance.
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Barnard’s Got Game
Runner Story Downing ’25
“I am pushed athletically by my teammates in a way I never was before,” she said. “When my whole team is thriving and setting personal bests, it's something I want to be a part of. It gives me an extra push to do the little things — like [working on my] core and stretches — and asking myself, ‘What can I do for the team today?’”
Soccer Player Alexandra “Ola” Weber ’24
“There wasn’t one single moment that defined me as a soccer player. Instead, it was the numerous late nights training with my team or going to the field alone and getting extra reps in,” explained Weber. “It takes time and patience to develop as a player and as a teammate. That’s why being a student-athlete [at Barnard] is an incredible journey that I would not give up for the world.”
Women’s Crew Member Sophia DiPietro ’24
From Rihanna’s beats to Elton John’s iconic pop, the student-athlete reveals the music that moves her through the day.
Archer Nina Duke ’24
The determined athlete, whose goal is always bullseye, reveals how strength training, impromptu omelets, and Pokémon are at the heart of teamwork.
Crew Member Caiti Levin ’23
For National Women’s Health and Fitness Day (September 28), journey through the Men’s Lightweight Crew member’s daily balance of academics, rowing, and all else in between.