Lifelong learning in the visual arts
Barnard women are familiar sights in courtrooms, on red carpets, and on bestseller lists. But there is another place where the College makes an impact: farms.
Barnard's 126th Commencement honors the Class of 2018 and women leaders
Graduates swap stories, revive old bonds, and continue to learn from Barnard and each other
An alumna and student developed a visual arts program about headaches; another alumna teamed up with President Beilock to study parents' impacts on children's math skills
Professor Russell Romeo explores how stress influences the adolescent brain
Also in this issue...
Seven outstanding alumnae and an entire class were recognized at Reunion for their career accomplishments, as well as for their dedication to the College and its graduates
Columbia Alumni Association Medalist: Helen Yeager ’85
Ananta Pandey ’14
A skill honed at Barnard becomes a medium for love
Today's alumnae farmers have come a long way since the "farmerette" days
Mavis Sanders ’87
Cheryl Glicker Milstein ’82, P ’14