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Spring 2016
Every Sunday, readers flock to The New York Times’ “Modern Love” column, where writers grapple with all aspects of love—from a woman overcoming a fear of small...
Winter 2016
In 2015, Jacqueline Barton ’74 became only the third woman to receive the Priestley Medal, the highest award given by the American Chemical Society. It was the...
Winter 2016
The new teaching and learning center, to open in 2018, will transform the campus and the entire Barnard community. With state-of-the-art technologies and interactive learning spaces, the...
Winter 2016
Since its founding, Barnard has prepared countless graduates for legal careers. By the 1970s and 80s, the ranks of women in the legal field were growing steadily...
Winter 2016
Ever since Nicole Edwards ’18 arrived at Barnard, she has immersed herself in the study of Russia. “I took Russian language my first semester at Barnard and...
Fall 2015
“What does the library of the 21st century look like?” asked Barnard president Debora Spar at one of a series of strategic planning sessions begun four years...
Fall 2015
Closed for construction in June 2015, the LeFrak Gymnasium, recently renamed LeFrak Center, is scheduled to reopen this December. Transformed into a two-story space, the center will...
Fall 2015
She has traveled to 33 countries for her work on international security problems, to do field research, or to give presentations to international audiences. She lived for...
Fall 2015
It’s just before 1 p.m. on the second floor of Milbank Hall and students are rushing to put the final touches on their costumes as they prepare...
Fall 2015
Amy Guittard ’05 mentions a favorite family saying: Taste has memory. “Your memories of growing up oftentimes are associated with flavors and foods,” she explains. Her family’s...