through the gates

through the gates

Fall 2012
As the first female president in the modern-day Balkans, Kosovo’s Atifete Jahjaga feels a particular responsibility to inspire women to public service. It’s especially crucial as the...
Fall 2012
When Jordan Borgman ’13 did not excel in high school French, she believed she lacked the facility to learn a foreign language. But when she left her...
Winter 2013
Tianyue Sun ’16 snapped her first picture when she was 7 years old. A photographer friend of her father’s gave her the camera, and after that, there...
Winter 2013
Morningside Heights differs vastly from the rustic surroundings in Pennsylvania where she’s spent most of the last two decades, but despite a bit of sensory overload, Linda...
Winter 2013
In December, a farewell celebration honored 15 longtime administrators and staff who retired in 2012. With laughter, champagne, good food—and plenty of tissues— as well as family...
Winter 2013
Ever hear the joke about the kid who comes home from school with a note from his teacher? He’s in trouble for stealing a pencil from the...
Winter 2013
One of the continuing pleasures of being a Barnard alumna is the opportunity to audit classes on campus and participate in the intellectual life of the College...
Winter 2013
The audience of about 400 people packed into The Diana Center’s Event Oval fell nearly silent one night this past fall when Nobel laureate, Holocaust survivor, writer,...
Spring 2013
In the fall of her first year at Barnard, Sakina Pasha ’13 was intrigued by a flyer that advertised Knickerbocker Motorsports, a student group based at Columbia...
Spring 2013
The third annual Athena Film Festival brought industry leaders to Barnard’s campus for a weekend in February to celebrate the achievements of women in the film and...