Megan Watkins ’97 is helping individuals and organizations make an outsize social impact on everything from animal protection to human services
The Thomas Sankara Center, founded by Inem Richardson ’20, educates residents of Burkina Faso on the country’s anti-colonial origins and more
In the early 1970s, Abby Pariser ’67 became part of Jane, a clandestine group helping Chicago women obtain safe abortions. More than 50 years later, she’s still championing women’s reproductive rights
The director discusses her latest collaboration with Ken Burns and Lynn Novick
Barnard honors exceptional alumnae celebrating a milestone graduation anniversary with five awards bestowed on behalf of the Alumnae Association of Barnard College (AABC).
In her new role as deputy chief of staff to Governor Hochul, Linda Sun ’06 is helping immigrant communities — and all New Yorkers — find their voice in local government
On campus, an exhibition examines the history of racist housing policies that led to widespread segregation in New York City and across the U.S.
As the deputy secretary of transportation, Polly Trottenberg ’86 has her eyes on equity
When the COVID-19 pandemic struck last spring, Barnard sprung into action, launching the Barnard Health Ambassador Program
Physician Helene Gayle ’76, the CEO and president of the Chicago Community Trust, discusses why equity must drive the allocation of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Caroline Lexow Babcock ’1904 devoted her life to women’s rights
An opera scholar reflects on how protest and disrupting the norm have shaped her life.
Barnard alumnae share how they learned to cope and forge ahead in times of crisis.