Thirty-four of the College’s faculty, staff, and students collaborated to publish an open-access textbook — connecting higher education to a sustainable future for the planet.
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From a Barnard lab to the big leagues, the environmental impact investor shares what it means to win the prestigious James Beard Humanitarian of the Year Award.
Radio hosts Tanvi Krishnamurthy ’25 and Georgia Dillane ’25 challenge colonial narratives by embracing the sounds of Bollywood, psychedelic rock, and Sinéad O’Connor.
From working with Indigenous activists in Papua New Guinea to holding on to hope, Professor Paige West weighs in on new federal initiatives designed to deliver results on climate action.
From books to outdoor concerts, there’s a range of ways to commemorate America’s day of freedom.
Despite recent efforts from Mayor Eric Adams and local lawmakers, the City has failed to find safe shelter for incoming refugees.
The anthropology major will travel to Ladakh, India, to draw on Buddhist environmental ethics in the fight against climate change.
On the fifth anniversary of the Bold Conference, students, faculty, and staff discussed LGBTQ+ inclusion at the College.
From giving motivational speeches to going on adventurous hikes, squash player Uditi Mishra ’26 keeps busy with a mission to inspire.
Barnard welcomed the author to its annual Lewis-Ezekoye Distinguished Lectureship Series, where she discussed building better worlds.
On January 27, the College highlights alumnae activism that honors stories of liberation and survival.