East Coast 


In Connecticut on August 9, alumnae and current students introduced new students to their vibrant community at a First-year Sendoff Soirée. In addition to talking about the practical matters of college life and calming the anxieties of new first-years, attendees enjoyed a game of Barnard trivia. One of the questions: Which famous alumna launched her business in her former Westport, Conn., home?

Seoul Sisters


On August 8, 11 parents and one recent Barnard graduate gathered for lunch to bring together the Barnard family in Seoul. Pictured at the luncheon are several members of the Seoul community: Standing (left to right): Kyoung Sun Choi (mother of Da Eun Jung ’15); Kyung Hee Park (mother of Bo Yun Park ’12); Hean Su Koo (mother of Julia Sijung Koo ’14); Youn Jung Suh (mother of Bonyoung Jessi Koo ’15); Diane Woo (mother of Julie Ahn ’15); and Jeong-Won Rhee ’83 (mother of Elise Choi ’12 and Sarah Choi ’16); Front row (left to right): Sang Hee Lee (mother of Da Woon Rebekah Choi ’16), Joo Yun Lee ’90 (mother of You Jin “Kathy” Kim ’16); Heajin Kim (mother of Jessi Son ’16); and Seon Young Noh P ’16 (Joo Kyung Lee ’16).


West Coast


Lisa Lin ’98, president of the Barnard Club of Northern California, welcomed new students and parents to Barnard on behalf of local alumnae. Lareina Yee ’95, who carried her Barnard coffee mug, c. 1991, and dressed her kids in CU t-shirts, was happy to host the event on August 11, noting, “It was nice to connect with the current generation of Barnard students.”



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