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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...
Summer 2018
Adolescence is a time of sturm und drang , storm and stress. That’s both a cliché and the plot of every coming-of-age story. But why? For sure,...
Summer 2018
When I graduated in 1971, like many of my classmates, I envisioned having a career and, someday, a family. But as well as I remember, nobody back...
Summer 2018
Mia Minen ’03, MD, is chief of headache research at New York University’s Langone Medical Center. A clinician as well as a researcher, she and Alexandra Boubour...
Summer 2018
Every semester, Barnard’s Conversations in Contemporary Art (CCA) brings together alumnae in New York City to explore art and meet with artists in studios, galleries, and museums...
Summer 2018
Leaders who have shaped the fields of sports, mathematics and computer science, climate justice, and literature celebrated with the Class of 2018 at Barnard’s 126th Commencement on...
Summer 2018
The energy was palpable at Barnard Reunion 2018, with more than 1,250 alumnae—generations of graduates—soaking up presentations, participating in discussions, and reconnecting with classmates. Whether reflecting on...
Spring 2018
By the time you read this magazine, Shirley Adelson Siegel ’37 will be almost 100 years old. Consider her age to be the very least of her...
Spring 2018
One of the many things students value about their Barnard experience is the opportunity to compete in college sports’ most competitive division, NCAA Division I Athletics, through...