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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,...
Fall 2018
Carla Hachicho ’19 never dreamed of becoming a doctor when she was growing up. “I didn’t realize it was something I wanted to do,” she says. But...
Fall 2018
Call this the “Year of the Woman,” with 476 women candidates applying in 2018 to run for a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives alone. National...
Fall 2018
“For this obituary writer, the end has come.” So wrote Margalit Fox ’83 in a June 2018 essay in The New York Times . “I don’t mean,...
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...
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,...