New York

Anthropology professor Nan Rothschild is spearheading an excavation project this summer in Central Park examining the remains of Seneca Village, an African-American village that was displaced when the park was created in the 1850s.

On April 5, students, faculty, and members of the community gathered to hear from a panel of experts on hydraulic fracturing, or “hydrofracking,” a controversial process of fracturing rocks to stimulate the release of natural gas.

From classes held in museums and internships at world-renowned galleries, to inspiring mentors and network opportunities, learn how Barnard students take advantage of the college's strong ties to the New York City art world          in this fast-paced video.

Ray Rogers '14 documents her introduction to the New York art scene, from an afternoon filled with gallery hopping and avante-garde saxophone, to helping out at a magazine cover shoot, to an evening at the Met.