through the gates

through the gates

Winter 2018
Professor Joan Snitzer, who joined Barnard’s faculty more than thirty years ago, cochairs the College’s Art History Department, and directs its studio arts Visual Arts program, has...
Winter 2018
Wait—your mom went to Barnard, too? Is it really true your niece is in her third year? At Barnard and in the larger alumnae community, these kinds...
Winter 2018
I attended June’s Barnard Reunion with a group of fabulous women: architects, entrepreneurs, professors, chemists, dancers, doctors, recovering retirees, and brave nonprofit leaders who renewed my faith...
Summer 2017
Young Alumna Award CINDY SIMILIEN- JOHNSON ’07 Cindy Similien-Johnson is a writer, advocate for women, and promoter of Haitian culture. Her books include Let’s Speak Haitian Food:...
Summer 2017
Exceptional leaders who have shaped education, fashion, health care, and humanitarian work joined the Class of 2017 to celebrate at this year’s 125th Commencement. Dr. Joanne Liu,...
Summer 2017
Sian Leah Beilock, who became Barnard’s eighth president in July, was most recently executive vice provost of the University of Chicago. An expert on how children and...
Summer 2017
More than 1,500 alumnae and guests gathered on campus for Reunion, where they shared reflections on the diverse paths their lives have taken, dove into participatory forums...
Spring 2017
Hoot is a fashion magazine produced by Barnard students that embraces all races, body types, and sexualities. The magazine has received recognition from prominent voices in the...
Spring 2017
Wikipedia is the fifth-most popular Internet site in the world, with more than five million entries in English. Many of us gravitate there for a quick search...
Spring 2017
Barnard’s new teaching and learning center, currently under construction, will be named in honor of Board of Trustees vice chair and alumna Cheryl Glicker Milstein ’82 and...