Barnard College News
The middle-distance runner continues her journey with a bright outlook on a new year and semester.
Eight students share how they’re planning to spend winter recess — from movie binges to eating orange jello.
On October 10, the College’s Health and Wellness offices will host an array of events for students to be pampered and practice self-care.
For National Women’s Health and Fitness Day (September 28), journey through the Men’s Lightweight Crew member’s daily balance of academics, rowing, and all else in between.
With an established campus culture that has long advocated for wellness, the College continues to expand its resources for a healthy community throughout the month of July.
The Dobbs v. Jackson ruling ends federal protection of abortion rights.
Carol D. Berkowitz ’65, M.D., Sareh Parangi ’86, M.D., and Roberta Levy Schwartz ’91 have devoted their lives to health and wellness.
As the world attempts to move beyond the pandemic, Barnard revisits a poetry series that has helped our community thrive during trying times.
In honor of National Nutrition Month (March), Barnard’s Eating Disorder Team answers students’ questions about food, triggers, and recognizing unhealthy habits.
Economist and Brookings Institution Rubenstein Fellow Belinda Archibong breaks down her research on how negative news reports on vaccines can lead to a public decline in vaccine confidence.
The Barnard alumna changed everything from the very way women are treated at the doctor’s office to life in medical school for female students.
A conversation with Dr. Marina Catallozzi on leading Barnard’s health and wellness efforts.
Dr. Catallozzi will oversee the Francine A. LeFrak Foundation Center for Well-Being and will enhance undergraduate medical research opportunities for Barnard students.
Barnard’s director of health promotion and education, Jessica Cannon ’03, and term assistant professor of education Erika Kitzmiller offer tips for how best to rejoin the world of social butterflies.
Student, staff, and faculty health ambassadors help to foster a secure and safe campus environment by educating the community on how best to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
The center will serve as a centralized hub for all wellness-related initiatives across campus and will support a 360-degree perspective of personal well-being focused on three pillars of wellness: physical, emotional, and financial.
On this World Mental Health Day (October 10), the director of the Rosemary Furman Counseling Center offers tips for how to stay healthy in turbulent times.
Professor Xiaobo Lü considers how citizens view the two governments and suggests what leaders can do to improve global connections.
To help everyone cope with COVID-19 anxiety, assistant professor of psychology Michael G. Wheaton offers some much-needed advice.
Barnard students share their thoughts about following the path of trailblazers and taking time out to enjoy the journey.
Well-Woman’s Jessica Cannon ’03 chats with Jackie Jahn ’12 and Zoe Mendelson ’12 about creating an online reproductive and sexual encyclopedia with your best friend from college.
This year, Being Barnard, the College’s sexual violence education program, in collaboration with Columbia’s Sexual Violence Response (SVR), is hosting several events on campus throughout the month to help raise awareness among the community. Being Barnard’s Cristen Kennedy breaks it all down.
New partnerships with Columbia University enable students to obtain bachelor’s and master’s degrees in five years.
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.
Prof. Tara Well studies meditation, emotional regulation, and nonverbal communication, and her current research focus—and forthcoming book—addresses the effect of mirrors on stress and self-image.
Nika's collection of poetry is based on her work with Syrian refugees.
Media outlets have highlighted Barnard English Professor Rory Jones’ new book, Gluten Exposed.
Well-Woman's peer educators help fellow students make informed decisions about their health and wellness.
Barnard student highlighted in the New York Daily News.
Read comments from faculty on key election issues.
Psychology professor appears on health and wellness show Dr. Steve.