Barnard and Columbia community members team up in a “sweeping” effort and send a message of unity and collaboration.
Barnard College News
Keynote speaker Herminia Palacio ’83, M.D., MPH, joined the Barnard community at the iconic Riverside Church to ring in a new academic year — with a new College president.
The political ecology senior considers the connection between climate change and corporations while working for the NFL Foundation.
The political science major reflects on how her summer project — made possible by the alumnae network found on Barnard Connect — culminated in curiosity, activism, and mentorship.
Visiting Barnard? Discover the local eateries, farmers markets, and waterfront views that make the neighborhood feel like home.
Barnard College welcomes the newest student body’s talented and pioneering first-years to campus.
The College’s New Student Orientation Program leader, Abbey McWhirter ’25, shares how she and her team help new and transfer students ease into campus life.
Part 3 of the Summer Stories series: Through this unique program, students are able to dive into art without taking on additional financial challenges.
Part 1 of the Summer Stories series: Barnard’s summer programs for pre-college students and current undergraduates create unforgettable experiences on campus and around NYC.
Radio hosts Tanvi Krishnamurthy ’25 and Georgia Dillane ’25 challenge colonial narratives by embracing the sounds of Bollywood, psychedelic rock, and Sinéad O’Connor.
Through this inaugural collaboration with Design Summer Institute, the College empowers and equips young women to pursue careers in architecture and design.
Access Barnard is adding new programming to better support its students as they transition into college life.
Erica Mann Jong ’63, Anna Quindlen ’74, and alumnae from many generations came together during this year’s Reunion to celebrate Barnard’s successful peer-to-peer writing program.