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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...
Winter 2018
“Remember Magic Eye paintings?” laughs Greta Gerwig ’06. It’s the end of a long, giddy weekend of doing press for the movie Lady Bird , her directorial...
Fall 2017
Barnard Magazine introduces you to the faculty interview series conducted by the Barnard editorial team that is available on barnard.edu. In this installment, we speak with Rosalind...
Fall 2017
The student-led disruptions that racked the Columbia campus in the spring of 1968 initially left Barnard unscathed. True, 115 Barnard students were arrested during the police evacuation...
Fall 2017

It’s well-known in the field of urban studies that neighborhoods tend to gentrify along subway lines, which give professional commuters ready access to new neighborhoods that have...
Fall 2017
A lot can change in ten years. In May 2007, then president of the College Judith Shapiro addressed graduates with a lesson from the Jewish sage, Hillel,...
Fall 2017
Disposession and the Environment by Paige West [nonfiction] In September, Columbia University Press awarded Paige West, Barnard’s Claire Tow Professor of Anthropology, its Distinguished Book Award for...
Fall 2017
Natalie Angier ’78 is a New York Times science columnist and winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Beat Reporting. She is the author of Woman: An Intimate...