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Spring 2012
The impulse to produce a play is an important one. It is a crucial stage of cooperative and creative ownership of ones’ own narratives. For a collective...
Spring 2012
“How can we not be here?” asked Barnard president Debora Spar as she opened the Fourth Annual Global Symposium, Women Changing India, sponsored exclusively by Credit Suisse...
Spring 2012
The old Art Deco-style movie theater in downtown Pelham, New York, could easily have met the same fate as countless other classic movie houses across the United...
Spring 2012
Barnard’s Africana studies program, the multidisciplinary study of Africa and the Black Diaspora, celebrates its 20th anniversary this year and recently joined the American studies program and...
Spring 2012
Enid Ballinger Stettner ’54
 Specialty-foods Entreprenuer Entrepreneurship comes naturally to Enid Ballinger Stettner, who opened a fashion company when she was 24. Stettner launched Wild Thymes Farm...
Spring 2012
Follow the Hudson River for about 140 miles north of Manhattan and you will arrive at the bucolic town of Kinderhook. The region is rich in history,...
Summer 2012
Woman of Achievement Liz Neumark ’77 Founder of Great Performances, third largest independent catering firm in the U. S.…Owner and founder of Katchkie Farm, supplier of organic...
Summer 2012
“Feminism and Feminists Today: A Conversation Across the Decades,” brought together alumnae representing nearly 45 years of feminism at this reunion panel. From “I Am Woman” in...
Summer 2012
Confronting yet another birthday, seniors often quip, “It’s better than the alternative.” But some golden years do shine brighter than others, with a number of 85-year-olds continuing...
Summer 2012
In this undeniably tough economy, where there’s a painful mismatch between the number of job openings and the applicants qualified to apply for them, simply getting your...