through the gates

through the gates

Spring 2018
Across the Morningside Heights campus, at the Empire State Building (lit up in Barnard Blue), and inside the majestic Riverside Church, the Barnard community united to celebrate...
Spring 2018
Act I, A square in Seville An appreciation of composer, choreographer, and mezzo-soprano Alicia Hall Moran ’95 requires at least an elemental familiarity with the central character...
Spring 2018
On a dry winter day, you go to turn off the light and get a shock from the light switch. The next time you go to turn...
Spring 2018
At the eighth annual Athena Film Festival , 6,000 attendees celebrated the power of women on screen and behind the scenes. Tennis legend Billie Jean King spoke...
Spring 2018
When Marian Rubenfeld ’76 suffered the worst migraine of her life, she was forty-seven years old, a highly trained neuro-ophthalmologist, and the mother of two young children...
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
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...