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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...
Fall 2014
Lucid Gestures: An Exhibition of Barnard Alumnae Artists honored the 125th anniversary of the College with a diverse range of works. The catalogue, which is for sale,...
Fall 2014
In retrospect, it’s as though the seed for Emma Wolfe’s career in community organizing and politics was planted at birth. Her mother, an avid Democrat, had “fervent...
Fall 2014
As a child, Parry Creedon loved accompanying her parents to work. The family lived in Detroit, where her parents ran a production company. They brought Creedon along...
Fall 2014
A fascination with the process of how food and beverages are made began with a visit to a potato chip factory, says Natalie Berkowitz '56, adding, “In...
Fall 2014
I was going the wrong way. Any New Yorker could tell you what the right way across the George Washington Bridge is—that’d be west to east, the...
Fall 2014
Lucid Gestures: An Exhibition of Barnard Alumnae Artists honors the 125th anniversary of the College with a diverse range of works, from a text-filled painting to a...
Fall 2018
According to a 2017 Barnard survey, more than half of the College’s students identify with a religious tradition. The largest share are Jews, followed by Catholics, Protestants...
Fall 2018
Barnard celebrated the grand opening of The Cheryl and Philip Milstein Center for Teaching and Learning on October 3. Built on the former site of Lehman Hall,...