Six Barnard alumnae discuss their successes as entrepreneurs.
A family pools assets to endow a department chair in honor of an inspiring matriarch.
Prof. Monica Miller talks with Quandra Prettyman about her 40+ years of teaching at Barnard and her contributions to the study of African American literature.
(Photo from Reunion 2014. Quandra Prettyman is at center. At left, Marilyn Sanders Mobley '74; at right, Barnard trustee Frances Sadler '72.)
Last Image by Janet Strayer '66
Writer Dylan Landis '78 writes about the role of truth in fiction.
Alumnae spent Reunion 2014 reconnecting with old friends and learning about what life at the College is like now.
New York Times sports columnist Juliet Macur '92 talks with Barnard Magazine upon the release of her new book, Cycle of Lies, about controversial cyclist Lance Armstrong.
Acclaimed Dance Maker, Author and Director to Showcase Unique Artistry to Students and the Public during the 2014-15 Academic Year.
Same-sex marriage and the enduring power of love.
Emotional identification is key to the diversity of writer Zadie Smith's work.