The up-and-coming playwright and her mentor Jean Lichty ’81 have forged a theatrical Off-Broadway partnership that began on-Broadway at Barnard.
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The Donald E. Axinn Foundation/Anna Quindlen prize supports the creative writing of one graduating senior.
From giving motivational speeches to going on adventurous hikes, squash player Uditi Mishra ’26 keeps busy with a mission to inspire.
With the Athena Film Festival and the Oscars this month, Barnard turned the lens onto two of its own film creatives.
From tackling a research dilemma to envisioning her role as a campus leader, the sociologist is not afraid to explore a new angle.
Barnard welcomed the author to its annual Lewis-Ezekoye Distinguished Lectureship Series, where she discussed building better worlds.
The new monthly series will empower faculty and staff to share their expertise with fellow community members.
Barnard Honored Erika Dickerson-Despenza, the Ntozake Shange Social Justice Theater Residency’s First Resident Playwright
BCRW, the Public Theater, and the Ntozake Shange Literary Trust celebrated the newly created residency with an evening of tributes and performances.
The celebrated French author shared what inspires and unnerves her in a revealing conversation with British novelist Hari Kunzru.
Watch (and listen) to tips on video and audio from six of the College’s wildly successful creatives, including an Emmy-nominated TV director, the co-creator of a superhero character, and a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist.