through the gates

through the gates

Fall 2014
The exhilarating experience of doing hands-on research in junior high school made John Glendinning realize he wanted to be a scientist. Now the Ann Whitney Olin Professor...
Fall 2014
When Edie Windsor, the victorious plaintiff in the landmark case that overturned the Defense of Marriage Act, said, “As we ‘came out,’ people saw we didn’t have...
Fall 2014
Professor Homa Zarghamee, a member of the economics department, shoehorns yoga and writing poetry into a rigorous schedule of teaching and conducting research. “These are things that...
Fall 2014
Convocation at the historic Riverside Church on September 8 launched a year of festivities marking the College’s 125th anniversary. Hundreds of students, faculty, staff, and alumnae attended,...
Fall 2014
“What can we do about the remaining gender pay gap?” asked Francine Blau, Cornell’s Frances Perkins Professor of Industrial and Labor Relations and professor of economics, as...
Fall 2018
In Robert Frost’s famous poem “ The Road Not Taken ,” the narrator must make a choice between two almost identical paths. Both traversed the same “yellow...
Fall 2018
Associate Professor of Education Maria Rivera Maulucci ’88 knows what it’s like to live in two different worlds. Growing up in Manhattan’s Marble Hill neighborhood, she spoke...
Fall 2018
One of the College’s favorite traditions, Convocation took place this year again in the majestic Riverside Church. Ninety-six alumnae, dressed in academic regalia and carrying class flags,...
Fall 2018
Congratulations and welcome to the sensational members of the Class of 2022! This year, once again, Barnard is the country’s most selective college dedicated to the education...
Summer 2018
Young Alumna Award Tran Nguyen Tram Nguyen founded New Virginia Majority , a multiracial and multi-issue civic engagement organization in 2007 and currently serves as coexecutive director...