Get a sneak peek into the fabulous and diverse first-years joining campus this fall
Diana T. Vagelos ’55 and Dr. P. Roy Vagelos’ gift is the single largest donation in the College’s history
This year’s festival was a hybrid event, enabling people, wherever they were, to enjoy a showcase of films by and about women
We caught up with Dr. Marina Catallozzi to chat about her work in adolescent health and her own wellness practices
Located on the first floor of Barnard Hall, the new center will provide a 360-degree perspective on personal well-being.
Highlights from the innovative guests of the Insights: Powered by Barnard series.
The College is adding pandemic-themed DIY publications to its already extensive collection.
“I know this isn’t the Reunion we all expected,” said Rona Wilk ’91, chair of the AABC Reunion Committee. “I know this isn’t the Reunion we wanted. It is the Reunion we have, to celebrate the amazing Milestone classes and gather together the global community that is Barnard. Barnard strong means helping each other through this.” To stay connected with classmates, access the Summer issue's Class Notes.
The two alums caught up and discussed Amy’s early Barnard memories, career trajectory, stand-up comedy, and more.
Amy Veltman ’89 writes for the first time as president of the Alumnae Association of Barnard College (AABC).
Barnard recognized eight extraordinary alumnae whose professional achievements and contributions to the College embody the Barnard spirit. Because Reunion couldn’t take place in person this year due to COVID-19, we’ve honored them with an interactive book. To learn more about our incredible alumnae community, read the Class Notes in our digital only Summer issue.
President Sian Leah Beilock discusses how Barnard's curriculum will invite students to work as problem solvers and innovators to address the pressing issues we face today and effect meaningful change.