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, who is dean of students at Harvard Law School, told students, “Great rewards should ask you to risk failing and make you sweat a bit.”
Alumnae, students, and faculty come together.
by Aubri Juhasz ’18
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.
Environmental scientist Martin Stute has helped discover a possible solution to disposing of the carbon dioxide gas that leads to climate change.
Foundations honors the College’s commitment to the liberal arts while emphasizing global inquiry, social difference, and technology.