The National Book Award finalist unpacks her creative and physical journey to remote Kamchatka, Russia, a 24-hour plane ride away from the writer's home and the setting of Disappearing Earth.
Barnard’s almost 36,000 alumnae are forces to be reckoned with. Leaders in almost every field, these intrepid women have revolutionized health care, won Pulitzer Prizes, and made significant scientific discoveries.
“Barnard formed me with its supportive, collaborative environment. It’s where I came to life. It’s the shining confidence this College gave me and all of us.”
— Sonia Taitz ’75
Twenty years after Interpreter of Maladies, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author discusses the journey to publishing her latest book — in Italian.
Four alumnae authors describe their experiences as budding writers and first-generation students at Barnard.
The two media experts, who work to lift their community’s voices, discuss immigration, challenges of the present, and how students can shape the future.
In celebration of Women’s History Month (March), Jafreen Uddin ’07, the first female president of the Asian American Writers’ Workshop, tells how Barnard powered her professionally.
Barnard College’s signature event celebrates its first decade Thursday, Feb. 27 through Sunday, March 1.
Since 2018, more than 90% of recent graduates have either found work or were in graduate school just six months after Commencement with the support of Barnard’s signature career services.
Edwidge Danticat ’90 shares how Barnard helped her find her voice as a writer to become the youngest-ever National Book Award nominee.
Ahead of the 10-year anniversary of the Athena Film Festival, Ashley Bush reflects on being a student coordinator for the first-ever Festival in 2011 and the lasting impact it had on her award-winning filmmaking career.