Concert to feature all-women Brazilian drumline group FogoAzul NYC, among other New York City female musicians
Every year, Barnard students study abroad in more than 35 countries.
During Finals Week (Friday, May 5 - Thursday, May 11), more than 1,550 exams are scheduled—some occurring simultaneously.
Throughout the first 100 days of Donald Trump’s presidency, Barnard faculty members in a variety of disciplines have drawn connections from the White House to their fields of study and the real and potential outcomes resulting from the current administration.
Acclaimed Poets Claudia Rankine & Dionne Brand Explored Limits of Language in the Face of White Supremacy at BCRW Event
A new study in Child Development, co-authored by a Barnard professor and a Barnard alumna, has shown that the development of spatial cognition—how infants and toddlers learn to encounter the world’s wealth of information—is heavily tied to the cultural norms of their caregivers.