Judith Smith Kaye '58, Chief Judge of the State of New York, tells a Barnard audience about her life in the law and her leaderhip of New York's highest court.
Barnard is deeply saddened by the death of the Honorable Judith Smith Kaye '58, the first woman appointed to the Court of Appeals of the State of New York, and the first woman to serve as Chief Judge of the State of New York.
An exhibition at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum features both a Barnard alumna and a Barnard professor.
Two Caribbean writers find compatibility in regional diversity
Alumnae clubs abroad partner with the College to connect graduates around the globe
Barnard had the second-highest participation rate out of all 19 schools and programs that took part in Giving Day 2015, Columbia University’s annual 24-hour online fund drive.
HarperCollins executive editor Julia Cheiffetz '00 talks about developing the book Notorious RBG about the pioneering feminist Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Reading of Chelsea Marcantel's EVERYTHING IS WONDERFUL, Nov. 2.
Paula Franzese '80, longtime professor of political science, was named by SheKnows media as one of the 20 inspiring women who are transforming the way kids learn.