Barnard College News
Three alumnae reflect on how Barnard shaped their academic journeys as Mellon Mays Fellows.
For Women’s History Month (March), Barnard looks back at the history-making anniversaries of five alumnae — from an unforgettable STEM story to a rock-star musical theatre composer.
The New York Youth Symphony, which included members from the College, made history when it won the award for Best Orchestral Performance.
Barnard made them classmates, Access Barnard made them colleagues, and a deep connection made them best friends.
Barnard made circularity a campus imperative, and now we’re spreading the word.
From settling into newly declared majors to looking forward to graduation and beyond, these four students know exactly why they’re excited for the new year.
As a photographer and the associate vice president of CARES, Amy Zavadil is well versed in looking at scenarios from multiple angles.
The exhibition that addresses housing segregation and race has inspired community organizers and advocates, teachers and students, and even policymakers such as New York State Senator Cordell Cleare.
The College is excited to immerse students in the world of Indigenous studies with a new interdisciplinary minor.
The College welcomed nearly 400 high school students through the gates this summer.
In Professor Mark Santolucito’s course Arts and Computing in NYC, Barnard students collaborated with students at FIT for a deep dive into the marriage of creativity and technology.
From Barnard to the beach, Keith Gabora and Cory Lapp respond to campus needs by tending the grounds and to beach dangers by saving those at sea.