Members of the class of 2014 finally arrived on Barnard's campus on August 30th, 2010.
One of the more disconcerting parts of growing older, I’ve discovered, is watching the subtle change in who remembers your birthday. When I was growing up, my father would herald the occasion by marching into my room in the morning with a yellow rose he had picked from the garden. My mother would follow behind with balloons and presents. That was nice. More recently, though, the most regular celebrants have been my dentist’s office (Happy Birthday! Time for your annual cleaning!) and, sadly, my insurance agent (Happy Birthday! Time for—what? Another tick up the actuarial charts??) This year, my daughter inaugurated the day by throwing up in the kitchen sink and then, somewhat sheepishly, wishing me well. At least she remembered.
A day of bright spirits as Barnard welcomes a new addition.
History Professor Robert McCaughey takes his students sailing along the Hudson River on Pete Seeger's Hudson River sloop Clearwater, bringing their coursework to life.
Bringing new standards and focus to OCD
Barnard revamps Introductory Economics