In our newest installment of an on-going scholar-athlete series, Anne Cebula '20 talks about becoming Barnard's first student-athlete to win an individual NCAA Championship title
On Monday, March 11, a high-powered panel extolled the power of athletics to change young women' lives in an event honoring the 35th anniversary of the Columbia-Barnard Athletic Consortium.
NBC Sports Reporter Dylan Dreyer to Moderate Dynamic Panel of Esteemed Women Athletes as Part of Columbia-Barnard Athletic Consortium’s 35th Anniversary Celebration
Olympic gold medalist and advocate Meghan Duggan, Columbia Lions Coach Caroline Nelson-Nichols, NBC's Dylan Dreyer, NBPA’s Executive Director Michele Roberts, and CU Hall of Famer Judie Lomax '10, come together in celebration of the 35th Anniversary of the Columbia-Barnard Athletic Consortium.
One of the many advantages students value about their Barnard experience is the opportunity to compete in NCAA Division I Athletics through the Columbia/Barnard Athletic Consortium. Barnard is the only college for women—and one of only a few liberal arts colleges in the country—to offer Division I athletics. Here we catch up with Sofia Camacho Ferral '22, a first-year student who is a runner on both the cross-country and track & field teams.