Winter 2019

Barnard magazine
On the Cover

The Barnard Organization of Soul Sisters (BOSS) celebrates 50 years of helping the College fulfill its mission while providing a lifelong network of support for black students and alumnae

Winter 2019

Features

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Alumnae

The Barnard Organization of Soul Sisters (BOSS) celebrates 50 years of helping the College fulfill its mission while providing a lifelong network of support for black students and alumnae

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Alumnae

Beyond Barnard offers a one-stop shop for career services, graduate and professional school preparation, research, and fellowships for students and alumnae alike

Alumnae

Relaunching your career after time away or shifting gears takes courage and a plan. Alumnae and Beyond Barnard experts share their pro tips for how to do it.

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College History

In Barnard’s early decades, romantic attachments among women were celebrated rather than censured

Also in this Issue

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Alumnae

Donors express gratitude for the Vageloses’ scholarship challenge grant

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Chemistry

A trio of chemistry professors is improving our knowledge of the toxic metal lead’s impact on the brain

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Alumnae

Let the temperatures dip and the snow angels make themselves. It’s cozier indoors with a young adult novel and reinvented recipes to feed your inner child.

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Alumnae

After Sarah Kim lost the grandmother who raised her, many women at Barnard offered her a lifeline

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Alumnae

At Beyond Barnard's Mentoring Program brunch, alumnae offer students career insights and advice

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Athletics

Three student-athletes share how college sports power their “A” game

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STEM

New computer science program director Rebecca Wright has big plans to make the discipline relevant to everyone