Editor's Letter

Editor's Letter

Winter 2018
I’m a lifelong environmentalist. (Seriously. As a child in Mamaroneck, New York, I participated in the very first Earth Day. I chair my synagogue’s Green Team. And...
Fall 2012
With this issue, we welcome new Editorial Manager Abigail Beshkin who will be editing our Class Notes section as well keeping our Web site invigorated with an...
Winter 2013
One of Barnard’s most noteworthy institutions, The Center for Toddler Development, celebrates its 40th anniversary this year. A radical idea in 1973, the center has become an...
Spring 2013
Breaking new ground and shattering glass ceilings may not be identical concepts, but both imply extraordinary accomplishments. The alumnae, faculty, and students spotlighted in this issue bear...
Fall 2013
Walking through the permanent exhibit of the Chinese immigrant experience at the Museum of Chinese in America in Manhattan inspires many thoughts, but one in particular stands...
Spring 2014
The condition of the economy has no doubt spurred many entrepreneurial ventures, as both young and old struggle to find new places in the working world. For...
Winter 2015
Updates on Barnard’s ongoing expansion into the world of digital technology—both in the classroom and in the curriculums of subjects as varied as chemistry and dance—are to...
Spring 2015
Barnard College received a record-breaking 6,655 applications to join the Class of 2019, a 17 percent jump from the previous year. The numbers are impressive: 1,301 young...
Winter 2014
Even the best and brightest students can get the jitters when it comes to today’s job market. Targeting a career, writing a résumé, going on interviews, networking...
Winter 2017
Many of the 200 alumnae and students who crowded into the James Room on a Saturday in early December broke into hoots and hollers when actress Lauren...