through the gates

through the gates

Winter 2019
Ellen V. Futter ’71, Barnard’s fifth president, was honored in three ways this fall for her extraordinary record of leadership and service to the College. First, to...
Winter 2019
Barnard Magazine first met Mia Ciallella ’19 through an online profile. “When I’m not making zines or obsessing about [the band] One Direction,” she wrote, “I’m probably...
Winter 2019
While Barnard has supported computer science (CS) majors for years, the College didn’t have its own CS program until January 2019, when Druckenmiller Professor of Computer Science...
Winter 2019
Barnard celebrated the grand opening of The Cheryl and Philip Milstein Center for Teaching and Learning on October 3, 2018. “The Milstein Center is more than a...
Winter 2019
Division I is the big time when it comes to college sports. Barnard’s student athletes compete at this elite level through the College’s collaboration with Columbia in...
Winter 2019
Felice Rosser ’78 was cool. Like — impeccable style, huge Afro, feather-earrings kind of cool. Rosser, who had just finished her first year at Barnard (and later...
Winter 2019
A few weeks into the 2018-19 academic year, 137 Barnard students, full of questions, and 137 professional women, ready with guidance, met at The Diana Center for...
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...