Barnard College News
Fifty-five years after graduating from the College, the alumna gives a firsthand account of her trailblazing activism in the historic 1968 Columbia protests.
President Laura Rosenbury will welcome former U.S. Attorney General Eric H. Holder for a discussion to honor the judicial pioneer and devoted Barnard alumna.
After spending five weeks on the North Island of New Zealand, the Tow Fellow calls the chance to search for a connection between people and nature “the real gift of Barnard.”
Avigail Greenberg ’25 — a political science major and environmental science minor — shines a light on renewable energy systems in Africa for a road map to a sustainable future.
The Laidlaw Scholar traces the policy effects of climate displacement ahead of the U.N. conference COP 28.
Barnard’s political science professor and international security expert is an authority on the politics of war, peace, and Putin.
For National Women’s Health and Fitness Day (September 27), discover how this student-athlete takes care of her mind and body when fencing.
The College marks the day with a film screening and discussion with President Laura Rosenbury on the legacy of the U.S. Constitution for the campus community.
The political science major reflects on how her summer project — made possible by the alumnae network found on Barnard Connect — culminated in curiosity, activism, and mentorship.