through the gates

through the gates

Spring 2013
If you have ever laughed or, more likely, cried watching a documentary on cable television, you should probably thank Sheila Nevins, president of HBO Documentary Films. Widely...
Spring 2013
The Barnard campus provided a welcome stop for the Speaker of the New York City Council and mayoral hopeful Christine Quinn. Speaking before some 300 students, faculty...
Spring 2013
While February has become synonymous with Barnard’s hosting the Athena Film Festival, the dialogues about women and leadership are meant to be robust and ongoing all year...
Spring 2013
A Steubenville, Ohio , rape case exhibits just what can happen when a situation gets out of control. What began as a night of partying in August...
Fall 2013
The images are striking: an evocative still life of gourds, a shimmering landscape of autumn leaves in a quiet wood, a delicate tea cup and saucer, an...
Fall 2013
Women in Public Service Project United Nations representatives, former heads of state, and other global leaders joined student delegates from across the country for a day-long discussion...
Fall 2013
During his first visit to New York City in the late ’90s, Chris Bregler spotted the acclaimed dancer and choreographer Twyla Tharp ’63 on the street, and...
Fall 2013
Jue Guo Assistant Professor of Asian and Middle Eastern cultures Jue Guo became interested in early Chinese civilizations as an undergraduate at Beijing University, where she studied...
Fall 2013
As the recently named director of the Office of Institutional Research and Assessment, Rebecca (Becky) Friedkin has joined Barnard in a new senior-level administrative position. For those...
Fall 2013
“Challenging the definition of rape indeed has a long history in the United States, one that has left significant legacies for the ways that we understand the...