In recognition of sex discrimination being banned in educational programs, the College is looking back at alumnae and administrators who helped to pave the way and who continue to shine.
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Keynote speaker Christiane Amanpour honors Barnard's graduating seniors, alongside the College, family, and friends.
A Barnard student helped bring the banner featuring eight women writers — including three Barnard alumnae — to Columbia University’s Butler Library.
As 2018 nears its end, we reflect on an amazing, eventful year at Barnard. Here are a few of the moments that made the year so memorable.
The largest cohort in College history will bring enterprising leadership to the 2018-2019 school year and beyond.
The panel discussion and exhibit will trace the history of activism on campus and beyond from 1968 to the present.
Barnard will apply the criteria in its unique approach of divesting from climate change deniers.
Barnard College Board Chair Jolyne Caruso FitzGerald ’81 and Interim President Rob Goldberg have announced three new members of the College’s Board of Trustees.
Barnard is a preeminent incubator for the world’s next generation of women leaders. Students enter with passion and intellect, and they graduate with an enhanced sense of identity and purpose.
June is LGBTQ Pride Month—but at Barnard, Pride is year-round.
For the first time in Barnard College’s 128-year history, a student, Midshipman Kelsey Lynch, will be commissioned as a U.S. Navy Officer May 18 at 4:30 p.m. in Low Memorial Library Rotunda at Columbia University.
Founded in the late 1960s to house the College’s institutional history, the Barnard Archives currently preserve and make available more than 450 individual collections.