Barnard Magazine, the quarterly publication of Barnard College, presents news and features about academic programs, institutional initiatives, alumnae accomplishments, and College events to alumnae and the world at large as well as to current students faculty and administrators. The editors strive within the magazine's pages to uphold the long-term goals and mission of the College, and to inspire and educate the readers about issues and ideas that matter to them, ones that are playing out in the world and on campus. An equally important part of our mission is to celebrate the accomplishments of the Barnard community.
Regular special sections of short features communicate timely news and features:
Major editorial features and articles cover careers, academia, cultural pursuits and travel, health, feminist issues, and other topics of interest to Barnard alumnae across a broad age spectrum.
Story ideas are welcome, but should include the specific topic, potential areas of research or interview subjects, and brief discussion of the relevance to the Barnard community.
Ideas may be e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org, or via regular mail to:
New York, NY 10027
Letters to Editor should be no longer than 150 words and are published at the discretion of the editors.
The magazine is not responsible for unsolicited material, which may be edited for length and clarity.