Feature Stories

This special Mother’s Day edition shines a light on the government’s practice of incarcerating refugee mothers and children and the experiences of the women themselves.

The “toddler whisperer” breaks down the importance of children at work.

This excerpt of a Barnard Magazine article by Professor Emerita of History Rosalind Rosenberg discusses the role of Barnard students in the historic 1968 Columbia protests.

Sustainability and climate action are at the heart of the College's core vision and values—which is why Barnard is taking action with sustainability practices and academic initiatives.

The economics of time, gender, and the role economics play in everyday life.

A conversation with Dana Canedy

Carol Dweck '67, the groundbreaking psychologist behind mindset theory, shares the reasons for her fascination with the mind. 

Filmmaker Rachel Kastner '19 on how Barnard helps her chase her dreams.

 

With acceptance season underway at thousands of colleges and universities nationwide, Barnard College, one of the most selective academic institutions in the country, has admitted 1,088 young women from around the world to its class of 2022.

During the spring 2018 semester, Professor of History Premilla Nadasen taught the course “Mississippi Semester” to better help students acquire a deep knowledge of historical, political, economic and social issues.