The latest Barnard graduates have entered the real world. Here's what they're up to.
The class of 2010 reflects on their time at Barnard and celebrates their graduation
Taught by lecturer Terryanne Maenza-Gmelch, “Case Studies in Land-use, Bird and Plant Dynamics” has been conducting bird population surveys this semester at Jamaica Bay, Central Park, Black Rock Forest and Sterling Forest.
Everything in Dubai is tall, it seems, and everyone is from somewhere else. The man who greeted me at the airport was from Bosnia. The cabdriver was Sri Lankan; the hotel clerk, Nigerian. (Yes, I am one of those annoying travelers who ask a lot of questions.) Like the buildings that tower over what was recently desert, the people of Dubai appear almost to have dropped from the sky, hailing from across the planet and now mixed randomly, picturesquely, in this tiny crossroads by the sea.
John Miller gives form to powerfully subversive ideas through a variety of media--sculpture, painting, photography, and others.
The chair of the political science department draws on history to assess what's really needed in Afghanistan.