Fall 2017

Barnard Magazine

On the Cover

Pulitzer Prize–winner Natalie Angier ’78 
interviews Barnard’s new president

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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.

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Also in this issue...

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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

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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.

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