Millie the Bear is the life of campus celebrations, but who wears the costume is a closely guarded secret.
Barnard’s world-class collection of handmade zines attracts students and scholars from all over the world—and provides an alternative space for creativity, culture, and collaboration on campus.
Photographer Susan Kravitz ’65 captures gay liberation on Fire Island.
Environmental scientist Martin Stute has helped discover a possible solution to disposing of the carbon dioxide gas that leads to climate change.
Also in this Issue
With applicant numbers having increased by more than 50 percent over the last 11 years, Barnard remains the most selective women’s college in the United States.
What to bring? That’s the question first-years asked themselves as they packed the things from home they wanted to help launch their lives at college. Here are some of the items they brought to connect them with their passions and their loved ones.
Naomi Goldberg Haas ’83
Alumnae, students, and faculty come together.
New books by alumnae and faculty celebrate Barnard pioneers and much more.
Susan Scrimshaw ’67
Binta Brown ’95, a lawyer and activist, dives into soul, R&B, gospel, and hip hop.
Seven days of protest led to a career in the service of students.
Katherine Kazarian ’12
For Gergely Baics, mining data yields urban discoveries.
In July, the AABC welcomed six new board members, along with one transitioning to a new position, elected by alumnae to advise and guide the Alumnae Association.
New planned giving challenge supports Barnard today and tomorrow.
TV reporter Julianna Goldman ’03 has hit the trail with three presidential campaigns.
Alumnae Relations launches a new online alumnae community.
Premilla Nadasen captures the untold stories of those on the margins.
Musings on beauty and identity by Debora Spar and Jennifer Finney Boylan