Led by the population it serves, the new office brings together the College’s resources for first-generation, low-income, and international students into one targeted approach to enhance opportunities.
Barnard College News
In celebration of Pride Month (June), Mia Flowers ’23 shares what LGBTQIA+ pride means to them.
This year, five alumnae were selected for international travel, teaching, and study as researchers and teaching assistants.
After the College launched the pilot program to support the K-12 kids of faculty and staff, other universities adopted the program with the same success.
Magdalene Pernambuco ’22 chats with her aunt and grandfather — Barnard professor Sandra Goldmark and her father, Peter Goldmark — about their newly published collaboration, Haikus for New York City.
After honoring their grandmother’s Holocaust survival in an award-winning thesis, the recent grad reflects on the inspiring conversations they shared with their family’s matriarch during their time at Barnard.
Explore senior thesis projects in the arts from the Departments of Theatre, Dance, and Architecture.
Students share their appreciation for the women who have made them who they are today.
Keynote speaker Christiane Amanpour honors Barnard's graduating seniors, alongside the College, family, and friends.
The graduating athlete looks back on some of her favorite memories as a member of the Columbia Women’s Rowing Team.
For eight years, the Donald E. Axinn Foundation/Anna Quindlen prize has been awarded yearly to a graduating senior, who receives $25,000 to support her creative writing.
The two graduating seniors were each recognized with a $5,000 prize for their high standards of scholarship in Jewish studies.
Finally on campus after a remote fall semester, the Clifton, N.J., native shares one of her free days of fun exploring the City.
On National Student-Athlete Day (April 6), the Barnard athlete looks back on the connections and skills built during her time on Columbia’s women’s rowing team.
Three students have shared their Barnard journeys since they first arrived on campus four years ago. Here, the graduating seniors close out their college experience with one final look back.
In preparation of her campus-wide Accessibility Week workshop — “Ableism in the Classroom, Academia, and Society” — the urban studies major and Speaking Fellow explains why accessibility is everyone’s fight.
A year after COVID-19 became a national emergency, a campus-run project to monitor coronavirus in wastewater is part of a multi-pronged effort to keep the community safe during the pandemic.
Since last Women’s History Month (March) — over the course of a challenging year — alumnae, faculty, and students still stepped up as game-changers.
The sophomore joined an international body of fellows in designing community-oriented social campaigns for a sustainable future.