Insider tips from three international students on where in NYC to find the best cuisine from home
Get a sneak peek into the fabulous and diverse first-years joining campus this fall
Computer science major Whitney Deng ’24 helps code a public health mission to the International Space Station
A peer-to-peer writing program prepares students to become strong communicators of science
Iris Liu ’22 and her journey with STEM at Barnard
We spoke with six graduates from the Class of 2021 who are gearing up for their next adventure
First-year Audrey McNeal ’24 advocated for young people to make political change
How Christina LaGamma ’16 is bringing a humanist approach to medicine and championing racial justice.
Shannon Hui ’22 shares her contest-winning vision for a New York City landmark.
Students competed for the best sandwich recipes and spoke with chef Alex Guarnaschelli ’91
Since starting her scholarship fund, Lida Orzeck ’68, founder and CEO of the lingerie company Hanky Panky, has played a critical role in the education and lives of numerous Barnard students, as her recent scholarship recipient Aliza Amsellem ’20 can attest. The two women filled us in on their close friendship and how the scholarship aid has created a sense of community while championing the next generation of strong Barnard women.
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.
Barnard’s Science Pathways Scholars Program helps students build experience in the lab to become leaders in science