The University community long imagined Columbia as the supreme Greek god, and Barnard as his daughter Athena. From the late 1960s to early ’80s, Wisdom fought hard not to be subsumed by her dad.
The Empirical Reasoning Center teaches students to analyze and interpret complex data—and visually present them, to make their arguments shine
Ten years after graduation, Class of 2007 alumnae reflect on the Barnard moments that made them who they are today
Award-winning reads. Adventurous memoirs and novels. Stories featuring Barnard, and more. Read on for what to curl up with this autumn.
Also in this issue...
Dasha Amsterdam Epstein ’55
To grapple with the intractable issue of caste, Anupama Rao puts it into a broader context
In this new interview series, we speak with Professor Emerita of History Rosalind Rosenberg about her recent biography, "Jane Crow: The Life of Pauli Murray," along with other faculty experts
Alumnae, students, and faculty come together
Since joining the Barnard faculty in 1976, Rae Silver has advocated for students while emphasizing the importance of laboratory
Young alumnae connect with, and support, Barnard
Lani Santo ’02
Marilyn Sanders Mobley ’74
Barnard parents Ann and Andrew Tisch support displaced student with new scholarship
A class at Barnard prompted Michelle Lappen to consider a career in the law. Now, she understands just how important the legal process can be.