The middle-distance runner continues her journey with a bright outlook on a new year and semester.
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Barnard and Columbia players on the Women’s Lacrosse team partner with Harlem Lacrosse through mentorship, tutoring, and gingerbread house making.
On November 11, the College recognizes the exemplary sacrifice and leadership skills of its ROTC students and alumnae in the military.
From Rihanna’s beats to Elton John’s iconic pop, the student-athlete reveals the music that moves her through the day.
In Harlem Movement Legacies, students learn the dances linked to the historic neighborhood — and their greater cultural significance.
The determined athlete, whose goal is always bullseye, reveals how strength training, impromptu omelets, and Pokémon are at the heart of teamwork.
In celebration of Indigenous Peoples Day (October 10), and the College’s connection to the tribe, Barnard and Columbia University honor the Picuris Pueblo with weeklong events.
To celebrate queer identities and increase awareness about LGBTQ+ issues and history this October, the College shines a light on eight graduates who advocate for the community.
The first year of the breakthrough program is inspiring a diverse cadre of determined, creative change-makers.
After being mentored by stellar science faculty across the City at Barnard’s Summer Research Institute, 285 students celebrated at one of NYC’s largest gatherings dedicated to young women scientists.
Angier believes that when it comes to science, 'it belongs to all of us' and should be part of our daily discourse.
The alumna works at the nexus of art, oncology, and deep empathy.
With Commencement just around the corner, we’re celebrating our seniors with some of our favorite photos and videos from the graduation season.
Watch the astrophysics major — who will graduate in nine days — discuss her desire to see more young women working in hard sciences.
This cell biologist made groundbreaking discoveries that paved the way for diabetes research. #BarnardYearOfScience
“Barnard was one of the only schools where I was able to focus on biology and dance,” said the physical therapist.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning author and alumna will oversee the creative writing program to help guide students on their journeys as writers.
The celebrated biochemist, known for her work on how cells communicate and interpret signals, set the standard for balancing rigorous scientific research and mentorship. #BarnardCelebratesWomensHistoryMonth
The Barnard Year of Science’s spring signature event marked World Water Day on March 22, 2022.
A Barnard neuroscience and behavior graduate, Ladner shares what a day is like for her as a first-year medical student and the importance of having Barnard alumnae as mentors. #BarnardCelebratesWomensHistoryMonth
Computer science majors Whitney Deng ’24 and Theodore Nelson CC’24 are collaborating on a novel NASA project to help reduce bacterial infections in space.
The generosity of the Barnard community solidified the College as a fierce Giving Day competitor, anchoring a top spot against Columbia’s powerhouse programs.
The newly elected National Academy of Sciences member recalls her journey from Barnard student to world-renowned mathematician.
In celebration of Women’s History Month, this year’s annual roundtable event featured an in-depth conversation on the impact that COVID-19 has had on women athletes.
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.
Beyond Barnard’s new annual event applauds graduating students and welcomes incoming cohorts to a program that gives students a seamless, custom-designed path to a world-class master’s degree in only five years.
Three Barnard alumnae — Brenda Aiken ’77 ’81PS, Maryam Banikarim ’89 ’93SIPA ’93BUS, and Jolyne Caruso-FitzGerald ’81 — are among the 10 alumni to be honored with a 2019 Columbia Alumni Medal at the University Commencement on May 22, 2019.
NBC Sports Reporter Dylan Dreyer to Moderate Dynamic Panel of Esteemed Women Athletes as Part of Columbia-Barnard Athletic Consortium’s 35th Anniversary Celebration
Barnard announced a new opportunity for students whose interests lie in public health to complete both a Bachelor of Arts from Barnard and Master of Public Health degree from Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health in five years — enabling Barnard students to decrease the length of time to obtain an MPH by one full academic year. Columbia’s Mailman School of Public Health is ranked as a top-tier institution in its field, presenting a unique opportunity for Barnard students.
It's a strange insight into what a certain group of American consumers was thought to desire in the 20th century.
Barnard announced a new opportunity for students whose interests lie in engineering to complete both a Bachelor of Arts from Barnard and Master of Science degree from Columbia University’s Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science—making Barnard one of the the first colleges for women to offer a program of this kind.
Haven't you always wanted to learn more about Japanese puppet theater?
Stream historical and recent videos from the fields of ethnography and anthropology.
Library Stack is a living collection of independent ebooks, audio files, videos and digital documents being published within the fields of contemporary art, design, media studies, cinema, architecture and philosophy.
Gumby himself called it the "The Unwritten History'" of the United States.
One hundred years ago, in November of 1917, Barnard Hall officially opened its doors.
Akshaya shares her journey from uncertain first-year student to successful STEM researcher and University arts leader with an exciting job offer on the horizon.
Paige West, Claire Tow Professor of Anthropology and author of Dispossession and the Environment: Rhetoric and Inequality in Papua New Guinea, was the recipient of the Columbia University Press Distinguished Book Award.
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.
Media outlets have highlighted Barnard English Professor Rory Jones’ new book, Gluten Exposed.
Columbia University confers an alumni medal on Barnard’s Elaine Schlozman Chapnick '61.
Make Some Noise - A Celebration of Women and Music.
Psychology Professor Robert Remez delivered the 2015 Leonard Hastings Schoff Memorial Lectures on behavioral neuroscience and the perception of speech.
Barnard had the second-highest participation rate out of all 19 schools and programs that took part in Giving Day 2015, Columbia University’s annual 24-hour online fund drive.
The Columbia University Science Fiction Society president shares her love of physics, fantasy novels, and "nerd culture."
A new opera whose lyrics were co-written by Yvette Christiansë, professor of English and Africana studies, will debut at the Royal Opera House in London on July 22.
Barnard students quoted in New York Times article about the recent research presentation
We’ve been collecting memories of alumnae about their Barnard days. Everything—from recollections of life-changing moments to pages from journals—has been posted to our 125th anniversary website. Each opens a window onto Barnard life; what follows are some of your reminiscences.
An exhibit at Columbia’s Wallach Art Gallery curated by Prof. Anne Higonnet and Barnard and Columbia students explores the work of Anna Hyatt Huntington.
Exhibit features work from Anna Hyatt Huntington, a trailblazing sculptor
Award will recognize Barnard student-athletes.
The Barnard Community is saddened by the death of Anna Jacobson Schwartz '34, an acclaimed research economist.
Political science professor to lead institute devoted to the study of the former Soviet Union, East Central Europe and the Balkans.
Obama to Address Class of 2012 Graduates and Receive Barnard Medal of Distinction