From The New York Times to Freakonomics, these Barnard alums are shaping the podcasting industry
Located on the first floor of Barnard Hall, the new center will provide a 360-degree perspective on personal well-being.
Shannon Hui ’22 shares her contest-winning vision for a New York City landmark.
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A new, illuminating tome chronicles the history of Barnard College.
Professor Mary Gordon ’71 reflects on retiring during a pandemic, homeschooling her grandchildren, and the lasting rewards of the liberal arts.
Students competed for the best sandwich recipes and spoke with chef Alex Guarnaschelli ’91
Remembering Patricia Warner ’49, a WWII spy and Congressional Gold Medal recipient
In advance of the 2020 presidential election, reporter Paola Ramos ’09 set out to show that the U.S.’s Latinx community is anything but monolithic.
From nonfiction to poetry, the latest books by Barnard authors.
President Beilock reflects on how Barnard is creating the critical resources to support health and wellness.
Physician Helene Gayle ’76, the CEO and president of the Chicago Community Trust, discusses why equity must drive the allocation of the COVID-19 vaccine.
A nonprofit turns to a time-honored art form to help heal and empower women across the world
Fay Chew Matsuda ’71 dedicated her life to safeguarding the rich legacy of Chinese American immigrants.
Leigh Wishner ’97 celebrates America’s exuberant 20th-century textiles
With the Alumnae Association of Barnard College (AABC) elections underway, Amy Veltman '89 encourages alumnae to learn about the candidates and cast their votes.
Barnard Magazine editor Nicole Anderson looks at how the Barnard community is stepping up during this unique moment in history.
When an alumna volunteered as a poll worker in the presidential election, she also discovered a serendipitous Barnard connection.
A former English major rediscovers the joy of reading for pleasure.
An alumna recalls a memorable writing course helmed by one of America's literary giants.
Barnard’s faculty is engaging first-year students in a dialogue about today’s most pressing issues.
A paleoclimatologist discusses teaching in a pandemic and studying STEM at Barnard.
Wit & Whimsy: Anna Goldfarb ’00 tell us about the ups and down — and those hard lessons — of friendship as an adult