through the gates

through the gates

Fall 2016
A new collection, The Bitch is Back: Older, Wiser, and (Getting) Happier , edited by Cathi Hanauer, includes essays by Barnard President Debora Spar and Professor Jennifer...
Fall 2016
Photographs by Dorothy Hong
Sukanya Pusey Lighting “I like shape, and I thought it would be cool when the lights turn on— the reflections the circles...
Summer 2016
Alumnae, family members, and friends came to campus to reconnect and celebrate at Reunion. There were panel discussions and academic lectures, and alumnae came together at class...
Summer 2016
Young Alumna Award Sue S. Chan ’06 After graduation, Sue Chan joined world-renowned restaurant group Momofuku as an entry-level chef assistant. Two years later, she became its...
Spring 2016
When Isadora Ruyter-Harcourt ’16 was growing up in Mongomery, Ala., and later Chicago, her father would come home from his job as a defense lawyer and discuss...
Spring 2016
The Athena Film Festival celebrated women and their leadership with an engaging weekend of films, discussions, and a record-breaking 5,000 attendees. From the feature film Suffragette to...
Spring 2016
It was an animated evening of conversation as Barnard students, faculty, and alumnae discussed the perils and benefits of reality TV—and admitted they enjoyed shows such as...
Spring 2016
In 2014, the governing body for international track and field competitions banned Indian sprinter Dutee Chand from women’s races, claiming that the naturally high levels of testosterone...
Spring 2016
Jack Hawley has spent his career immersed in the religions and literature of northern India. His fascination with the topic was sparked by a course on world...
Winter 2016
In March 2014, as Nina Ansary ’89 was reworking her doctoral thesis about women in Iran into a book, she decided that every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday...