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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...
Summer 2012
In the photo: Martha Reeves ’62, Angelisa Alers ’01, Mary Tastet, Joan Sweet Jankell ’58, Sharon Schrank ’95, Nancy Cantelmo ’69, Ann Dachs ’81, Lizabeth Ann Moody...
Summer 2012
Alexis Gelber ’74 (Columbia Journalism School ’80) and Rosa V. Alonso ’82 (Columbia Business School ’94) received medals for their alumnae service at Columbia University Commencement 2012.
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Summer 2012
When I was 6 years old, I remember defiantly stating that I wanted to grow up to be the first female president of the United States. By...
Summer 2017
Despite Virginia Gildersleeve’s efforts to nationalize the Barnard student body during her deanship (1911-1946), it retained a local character. In 1947, there were just under 1,200 women,...
Summer 2017
Summer is an ideal time to dive into a great read, and Barnard alumnae and professors have penned enticing books in a variety of genres. Also of...
Summer 2017
From a European or American perspective, West Africa is historically seen as a place of exile, where many people were kidnapped from their homes, sold, and taken...
Spring 2017
The publishing house seemed to have gotten the cover right on the very first try. The woman in the white shirt and black pants was working at...
Spring 2017
Barnard women are a special breed. And whether they attended the College decades ago or in the past few years, their Barnard bond draws them together. Alumnae...
Spring 2017
The situation of Barnard College in 1909, its 20th year of operation, was precarious. Annual budgetary deficits continued despite appeals to individual trustees. Doubts about Barnard’s long-term...