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Conversations in Contemporary art, a series of adventures— there can be no other word—into the New York art world began in fall 2011. This September a group of 14 alumnae and friends— up from the eight to 10 of previous series—launched the third round of five Conversations designed to give participants intimate access to this fascinating, always provocative, realm. 

 

This past year Barnard students participating in study-abroad programs traversed six continents; several produced striking and informative visual documents of their experiences. 

Zora Neale Hurston and Their Eyes Were Watching God at 75

What Hurston’s autobiography can and cannot tell us

 

Sylvia Montero ’72 endows a scholarship in honor of her parents who supported her in school and in life

Vermont Countryside, 2010, by Dana Levine '62

BANG! was the sound I heard in the middle of my sleep. I jumped up, not seeing my husband, Matt. I ran down the stairs, and prayed, “Please, God, don’t let this be what I think it is.”

Professor Lee Anne Bell is one of the filmmakers behind a gripping documentary about school desegregation that premiered at Barnard this fall. 

About 70 first-year students fanned out across the New York City area Sunday night to enjoy intimate dinners generously hosted by alumnae. The latest in a string of activities for the Barnard Constellations, the residence-based social groups to which first-year students are assigned, the dinners took place at various locations—some in hosts’ homes, others in restaurants.

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