The sophomore joined an international body of fellows in designing community-oriented social campaigns for a sustainable future.
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The senior reflects on her three-year journey with the Barnard Center for Research on Women, including her Reading the Black Library Youth Fellowship with the Rebuild Foundation.
The College welcomed students back to campus for the spring semester through a modified check-in process and new guidelines for residential living during the COVID-19 pandemic.
As the pandemic disrupted traditional internships and in-person work, Barnard students and alumnae discovered new professional opportunities.
The Barnard student shares her day of online courses, family time, and coffee runs.
Lena Harris ’22, Eve Kausch ’18, and Denise Mantey ’21 talk through their research on how to reenvision campus safety.
Logging in from Kennesaw, Georgia, McNeal offers a peek into her first day at Barnard as she moved through meetings and classes.
Professor of political science Michael G. Miller responds to students’ questions about all things voting in 2020.
New students in Beijing and Paris met with Barnard community members to celebrate NSOP week.
Award-winning author and keynote speaker Suki Kim ’92 returned to Barnard to welcome the community and officially open the College’s 131st academic year.
Because the need to make sense of urgent questions can’t wait, the College introduced a new course that puts first-years first.
As they embark on their senior year at Barnard, three students offer a snapshot into their lives from 2020.
On the heels of winning the Charles H. Turner Award from the Animal Behavior Society, Sinclair shares how neuroscience combines her love for the humanities and the sciences.
NSOP’s community events coordinator, Catherine Ferrante ’21, gives a preview of what new students can expect from the week of online programming.
Meet the phenomenal first-years who make up the College’s most diverse class ever.
From faculty to alumnae and a student, seven doers and thinkers are highlighted for the different ways they are contributing to society in the midst of an epidemic.
The Summer Colloquium kept 350 community members virtually connected with more than 80 programs and events around career opportunities.
Nine students in Barnard’s inaugural Computer Science Summer Research Program worked with Barnard and Columbia professors on projects that ranged from improving inclusivity to healthcare.
English major Brigid Cromwell ’22 shares how she fell for New York City, courtesy of Barnard, and asked 10 other students what they love about the Big Apple.