through the gates

through the gates

Winter 2014
Income inequality, financial panics, economic downturns, and ongoing anxiety about banking institution stability. Sound familiar? As in ripped-from-the-headlines in 2008? As Professor David Weiman explained during a...
Winter 2014
Nearly anyone who has a pet has probably wondered: what is my dog thinking? What is my cat trying to communicate? Do animals think the way I...
Winter 2014
In her more than 20 years on college campuses, Natalie Friedman has occupied just about every role in undergraduate college life: student, instructor, “dorm parent,” director, assistant...
Winter 2014
“I’ve always wanted to go into medicine,” said Barnard student Eva Kerman ’16. “I always wanted to be a doctor. Now, I’m kind of questioning if I...
Winter 2014
“No one pulls themselves up by their own bootstraps. We need pretty heavy lifting from the outside,” said Sylvia Ann Hewlett, founding president and CEO of the...
Winter 2017
After nearly nine years leading the College, Barnard President Debora Spar will become president and chief executive officer of the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in...
Winter 2017
In the fall of 1959, as Elizabeth Ewing ’63 moved her belongings into her room in Hewitt Hall, she met the five women who had the single...
Winter 2017
Many groundbreaking social justice activists of our time are members of the Barnard community—and they have accrued tremendous wisdom from years of putting themselves on the line...
Fall 2016
The Barnard community heralded the new academic year with nearly 70 alumnae class officers joining new and returning students on campus. Keynote speaker Marcia L. Sells ’81,...