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Spring 2019
When I meet Nina Shaw, we’re in a luxurious conference room of her law office at Shaw Moonves Tanaka Finkelstein & Lezcano in Los Angeles’ Century City...
Winter 2019
Barnard Trustee Frances Sadler ’72 insists that in college she was not the type of person to start an organization. She never ran for office in a...
Summer 2018
Barnard women are familiar sights in courtrooms, on red carpets, and on bestseller lists. But there is another place where the College makes an impact: farms. That...
Spring 2018
In 1968, students around the world rose up: In France, Germany, Mexico, Japan; even in countries ruled by dictators, they picketed, occupied, performed political theatre in the...
Spring 2019
The Barnard journey extends far beyond Commencement — in fact, that bold, brilliant spirit is something Barnard women carry forever. And just as each alumna’s path is...
Spring 2019
In 2008, 4.7 billion viewers tuned in to watch the Summer Olympics in Beijing, including a young Anne Cebula ’20, who was most intrigued by the bird’s-nest-shaped...
Spring 2019
Last year, Madison Ailts ’19 had an experience through the Barnard History Department that changed her life. One of eight students who took part in Mississippi Semester,...
Winter 2019
When should a student begin preparing for life after college? According to experts at Beyond Barnard , the first day of a student’s first year is not...
Winter 2019
As a student, Stephanie Schneider Minkove ’00 cared so much about work-life balance that she wrote her senior thesis on childcare and America’s working women. Two years...
Winter 2019
Talk about Barnard bold: In 2018, at least a dozen alumnae — 10 Democrats, one Republican, and one candidate in a nonpartisan election — ran for public...