In The Los Angeles Times, economics professor Perry Mehrling discusses efforts to reign in federal power by making precious metals legal tender.
Constance Hess Williams ’66, Barnard trustee from 1990 to 2000 and a former Pennsylvania State Senator, will endow the directorship of the Athena Center for Leadership Studies.
Given to Barnard by Virginia “Jinny” Bloedel Wright ’51, on the occasion of her 60th reunion, the Holzer piece is the College’s first major piece of artwork. Read about the dedication ceremony that took place following Commencement.
Religion professor draws connections between two non-events: The Rapture and the release of a report on the sex abuse scandal in the Catholic Church.
Members of the Class of 2011 reflect on their time at Barnard as they celebrate their graduation with family, faculty members and Commencement speaker Sheryl Sandberg, Chief Operating Officer of Facebook.
Alumnae and friends of Barnard College gathered at the historic Plaza Hotel for the annual Scholarship Dinner and Auction to honor Ellen Futter ’71 and Barbara Novak ’50. Actress Greta Gerwig ’06 served as MC; the event raised a record $2.1 Million for Financial Aid.
On Tuesday May 31, watch "The Choreographer" a one-hour documentary on Lisa de Ribere, former NYCB and ABT dancer, as she creates a new work for dancers from Barnard.
Bryna Kranzler ’80 writes about her grandfather’s life as a baker, soldier, and political prisoner in early twentieth-century Poland and Russia.
Meet five women who put the leadership skills they acquired at Barnard to use by serving in the Army, Air Force, and Marines.
In The New York Times' "Room for Debate" forum, French literature professor responds to the question, "Are French women more tolerant?"