The New York City Council Member not only embraced her Korean American identity while at Barnard, she also learned how to become a political advocate for her community. #CelebrateAAPIHeritageMonth
Barnard College News
The Jewish Theological Seminary’s first female chancellor discusses the impact that Barnard had on her career and her vision for JTS’s future.
The first Black woman to lead The Hollywood Reporter talks Aretha Franklin, Barnard, and covering Hollywood during a global pandemic.
For World Music Day (June 21), Seattle Opera’s first-ever scholar-in-residence, Naomi André ’89, shares how being at Barnard primed her for a career with operatic heights.
The NPR legend reports on how Barnard readied her to be the first woman to anchor a national nightly news program.
The pioneering alumna was named to the 2020 "Legends of Ivy League Basketball" roster for her time as a student athlete, basketball standout, and the first team captain under the Columbia-Barnard title.
In celebration of Women’s History Month (March), Jafreen Uddin ’07, the first female president of the Asian American Writers’ Workshop, tells how Barnard powered her professionally.