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Fall 2015
When she studied French and Spanish literature at Barnard, Abigail Carroll never imagined she’d one day be a Maine oyster farmer. She gets seasick. She had never...
Fall 2015
Few Americans know Iraq and its history as well as Phebe Marr, who became engrossed in studying the region as a Barnard student in the 1950s. She...
Spring 2016
When Isadora Ruyter-Harcourt ’16 was growing up in Mongomery, Ala., and later Chicago, her father would come home from his job as a defense lawyer and discuss...
Spring 2016
Last year, in short order, two important things happened to Anne Bernays ’52: she became a great-grandmother, and she dyed her hair blue. While she didn’t think...

Spring 2016 Newsletters

Winter 2016
The streets of Morningside Heights directly led Charlotte (Charlie) Dinkin to the stage of the 2015 Edinburgh Fringe Festival. And while Dinkin got glowing reviews for the...
Winter 2016
In 2015, Jacqueline Barton ’74 became only the third woman to receive the Priestley Medal, the highest award given by the American Chemical Society. It was the...
Winter 2016
Since its founding, Barnard has prepared countless graduates for legal careers. By the 1970s and 80s, the ranks of women in the legal field were growing steadily...
Fall 2015
For Candice Agree ’79, the path to becoming a classical music radio host wound through an internship with shock-jock Howard Stern and a job at a station...
Fall 2015
In the first scene of Julia Pierpont’s debut novel, Among the Ten Thousand Things (Random House, 2015), 11-year-old Kay Shanley comes home to a mysterious package and...