Barnard College News
In American Monument Cultures, students explore the significance of monuments throughout history, using digital humanities platforms to engage with the cultural and political power of public structures.
Important reminders to keep the Barnard community safe during the Spring 2021 semester
President Sian Leah Beilock welcomes the Barnard community back for the Spring 2021 semester
Weiner writes about the evolving ideas of freedom and femininity across generations in and out of quarantine.
Four students studying environmental science, neuroscience, economics, and biology share what it means to pursue STEM-based research at Barnard in a pandemic.
For their Athena Senior Seminar, Madison Murphy ’21, Saskia Ghosh ’21, and Mae Viccica ’21 produced a virtual concert series to help uplift some of the most at risk for COVID-19.
After classes went remote, three Barnard juniors created hands-on learning experiences when they took their studies on a cross-country adventure.