How Millie’s Thanksgiving Homestay Program fosters community among students who remain in NYC for the holiday and alumnae who are eager to host them.
Radio hosts Tanvi Krishnamurthy ’25 and Georgia Dillane ’25 challenge colonial narratives by embracing the sounds of Bollywood, psychedelic rock, and Sinéad O’Connor.
From tackling a research dilemma to envisioning her role as a campus leader, the sociologist is not afraid to explore a new angle.
The science of culinary skills, learning labs, and museum visits are part of the many exciting courses that will educate students this spring.
Eight students share how they’re planning to spend winter recess — from movie binges to eating orange jello.
The first year of the breakthrough program is inspiring a diverse cadre of determined, creative change-makers.
Genevieve Depke ’24 and Silvana Navia ’24 join a unique program — co-founded by the Obamas — designed to support public service careers and horizon-expanding travel.
The author of Hair Story shares how she turned a Barnard senior research project into her first book, now celebrating its 21st anniversary.
This year, Barnard awarded two exceptional students — Amanda Taylor ’22 and Makeen Zachery ’22 — for embodying the spirit of the late Professor Prettyman. #CountdownToCommencement
What’s it like to work at the College, within the Communications Department? Three graduating seniors share personal reports. #CountdowntoCommencement
In celebration of 2022’s Women’s History Month (March), read about the work of 22 Barnard community members who champion feminist and gender issues.
Professor Angela Simms discusses the consequences racial inequities have on access to resources.