Dancing, drumming and music, as well as an academic conference, pay tribute to Zora Neale Hurston ’28
Artist Mierle Laderman Ukeles ’61 has spent a lifetime bringing maintenance work out of the shadows
As director of a cutting-edge neuroscience institute, Paula Grammas ’76 is poised to explore a potential treatment for Alzheimer’s disease
Carrying on a family tradition, the Schaechter sisters help sustain the language of their ancestors
Also in this issue...
Barnard enters a time of transition
Carrie Hawks ’01
Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow
Decades after graduating, members of the class of ’63 celebrate enduring friendships—and new ones—with a joint birthday party
Barnard was a nurturing enclave for Hadar Ma’ayan ’91 as she explored her identity
Aryn DrakeLee-Williams ’01
Andrea Stolowitz ’94
A family-focused approach to giving makes donations more meaningful
A courageous doctor fights for women-centered reproductive health care
Two of the College’s newest professors bring expertise to the classroom from different areas of academia: one examines the effects of societal transformation in China, the other looks at the mutations that lead to hearing loss.
Joan Hyams Geismar ’57
The Nominating Committee of the AABC submits for your consideration the following slate of candidates.