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Fall 2016
After graduating from Barnard with a degree in urban studies and economics, Katherine Kazarian ’12 returned home to Rhode Island, where she planned to volunteer for local...
Fall 2016
When Susan Scrimshaw was hired in 2008 as president of the Sage Colleges, which includes Russell Sage College, a women’s school in Troy, N.Y., Sage’s situation was...
Fall 2016
As I write this letter, the Class of 2020 is settling in, and I know you join me in welcoming our future alumnae to the Barnard community,...
Fall 2016
A joyous spirit enveloped Riverside Church as the Barnard community assembled for Convocation, the ceremonial opening of the new academic year (see story, page 8). Alumnae of...
Fall 2016
Alumnae Relations has recently introduced Our Barnard , a redesigned, restructured, and mobile-friendly website, aiming to bring alumnae communications up-to-date with growing trends, provide intellectual and peer-to-peer...
Summer 2016
She may not wear judicial robes, but that doesn’t affect Emily Gaylord Martinez’s ability to mete out justice as a family court referee in Kings County Family...
Summer 2016
Growing up Jewish in war-torn Poland, Edith Tennenbaum Shapiro survived roundups and bombing campaigns by hiding in cellars, bunkers, and a factory attic. During Nazi and Communist...
Summer 2016
Three generations in Jean Z. Poh’s family have been jewelers, but growing up as the child of Chinese immigrants in New York City, Poh felt there were...
Summer 2016
Shine Watkins is a registered nurse who works with patients receiving liver and kidney transplants or coping with serious diseases. She puts in 12-hour days—and sometimes nights—at...