The graduating senior explores how she uses pole dance for mental health awareness and to celebrate her Asian roots. #CelebrateAAPIHeritageMonth
Barnard College News
With 13% of students who identify as international, hailing from 58 countries around the world, Barnard boasts a vibrant and global student body.
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.
In celebration of Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month, the president of the Myanmar Association at Columbia discusses advocating for the Burmese community in New York.
Two students discuss their Pandemic Tales seminar, led by history professor Premilla Nadasen, which partnered with the Damayan Migrant Workers Association to share stories of those impacted by COVID-19.
In preparation of her campus-wide Accessibility Week workshop — “Ableism in the Classroom, Academia, and Society” — the urban studies major and Speaking Fellow explains why accessibility is everyone’s fight.
Members of the Student Government Association reflect on lessons learned while keeping the community connected during a virtual fall semester.
For their Athena Senior Seminar, Madison Murphy ’21, Saskia Ghosh ’21, and Mae Viccica ’21 produced a virtual concert series to help uplift some of the most at risk for COVID-19.
After classes went remote, three Barnard juniors created hands-on learning experiences when they took their studies on a cross-country adventure.
In celebration of Latinx Heritage Month and Hispanic Heritage Month, the president of Mujeres explores how the student organization and Barnard helped to grow her pride and voice.
English major Brigid Cromwell ’22 shares how she fell for New York City, courtesy of Barnard, and asked 10 other students what they love about the Big Apple.