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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 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...
Spring 2018
Every other year, Barnard’s New Plays series commissions a new play written by a woman-identified playwright. This year’s commission, Jeune Terre , explored the timely subject of...
Spring 2018
For the first time, the story of the last survivor of the last slave ship to come to the United States is available to the public. That...
Winter 2018
The concept of fairness has occupied many of us from as far back as we can remember—from when we were required as a child to share a...
Winter 2018
What does it take to maintain a three-way friendship for seventy-five years? For Gaby Simon Lefer, Sue Hess Oscar, and Helen Adler Witsenhausen, it involves a similar...
Winter 2018
Toyin Ojih Odutola once recalled seeing an exhibition of Edward Hopper’s paintings: “Of course, you read about his work in books,” she noted about the prominent twentieth-century...
Winter 2018
If ever there were a time to celebrate women in film, it’s now, as the ugliness of Hollywood’s old boy’s network has finally lurched into public view...
Winter 2018
Men have been accorded only a minor role in Barnard’s history, and appropriately so. The College was the idea of a young woman, Annie Nathan Meyer. Its...