through the gates

through the gates

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...
Spring 2017
More than 6,000 people came to this year’s Athena Film Festival, which offered three days of screenings, panels, and workshops in celebration of strong women and their...
Spring 2017
In a first for any college in the nation, Barnard will divest from fossil fuel companies that deny climate science or otherwise seek to thwart efforts to...
Spring 2017
Founded in the late 1960s to house the College’s institutional history, the Barnard Archives preserve and make available more than 450 individual collections. Every year, the Archives...
Spring 2017
In an effort to maintain and develop the College’s climate of diversity, inclusion, equity, and understanding, Barnard will implement several initiatives in the next few months that...
Fall 2012
Even after four decades the emotions of the participants in the film 40 Years Later: Now Can We Talk? are raw, as the first African American students...
Fall 2012
Karen Lewis 
 Karen Lewis, assistant professor of philosophy, joins Barnard from the University of Southern California; she received her BA from Queen’s University, Canada, and her...
Fall 2012
DNA allows scientists to determine paternity with over 99-percent certainty using a swab of the cheek or a drop of blood, but the scientific and legal developments...
Fall 2012
Caroline Stoessinger ’58 simply couldn’t wrap her head around the idea that there had been concerts in Nazi concentration camps. “It made no sense,” said Stoessinger, who...
Fall 2012
After working with divas at Carnegie Hall, luminaries at the 92nd Street Y, and legends at Jazz at Lincoln Center, Vice President of Campus Services Gail Beltrone...