A “Break This Down” Q & A with Professor Larry Heuer on the meaning of fairness
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Three child refugees from Nazi Germany—all Class of ’53—were already friends when they arrived on campus. Barnard helped cement their bond.
Toyin Ojih Odutola, this year’s Lida A. Orzeck ’68 Distinguished Artist-in-Residence, teaches the “in-between” spaces of art
Barnard filmmakers bring stories to light
Over forty-three years, this Board Treasurer helped secure the funding for some of the campus’s most important buildings
Dispatches, Discourses & Noteworthy
Entrepreneur Prema Choudhury ’10 brings low-cost tutoring services to her Bronx community
Pastor Susan Grant Rosen helps churches come to grips with the opioid epidemic
Yaffa Grossberg ’91
Coming of age in the 1970s, Snitzer found the art world mostly closed to women. Now, her exhibits span the globe.
Fresh vegetables? Cheeses? Barnard revealed the “brilliant cacophony” of life.
At the Legacy Brunch, Barnard generations fete their common bond
In honor of "Wild Beauty," the new poetry collection by Ntozake Shange ’70, Barnard Magazine speaks with the celebrated writer
Kate Linthicum ’08
The College aims to become a leader in protecting the planet
Loyal donors aim to encourage $10 million in scholarship giving
At a Reunion panel, I experienced the ways authentic and honest conversation can bring about understanding and deep connection
Barnard authors explore the complexities of language, history, childbirth, and that greatest mystery of all—teenage behavior