Spring 2016

Barnard magazine
On the Cover

Scholarship and academic opportunity thrive at Barnard, which is launching its most ambitious fundraising endeavor | VIDEO

Spring 2016

Features

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Education

Capturing the spirit of the partner institutions with the professors and professionals who taught the classes | VIDEO

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Global

Students mentor high schoolers and professors make academic connections at the Global Symposium in Paris | VIDEO

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Literature & Poetry

Anne Bernays ’52 reflects on books, Barnard, and truth-telling

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Three alumnae help create a podcast for The New York Times’ ‘Modern Love’ column | AUDIO

Also in this Issue

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Public Service

Fellowships provide hands-on experience in the public interest field

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Architecture

Scholarship and academic opportunity thrive at Barnard, which is launching its most ambitious fundraising endeavor | VIDEO

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Student Life

Chaya Deitsch ’86 was born in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, and raised in a Hasidic Jewish community in New Haven, Conn. Her recently published book Here and There: Leaving Hasidism, Keeping My Family is a memoir

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Sexuality

Rebecca Jordan-Young dislodges cultural myths at the intersection of gender and science

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Visual Arts

Jamie Scott '05, a modern dancer with "nuance and ease", takes the stage from Paris to Moscow | VIDEO

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Literature & Poetry

A scholar creates a definitive guide to the work of a legendary Indian poet

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Literature & Poetry

With word-conscious lyrics by Sadie Dupuis ’11, Speedy Ortiz takes the indie music scene by storm

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Psychology

Robert Remez untangles how our brains decipher speech out of the jumble of sounds around us

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Alumnae

The Chamberlain sisters shared a passion for Barnard, even though only one was an alumna

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Alumnae

Alice Notley ’67 crafts poetry that plays with form and tackles tough subjects