An exhibit at Columbia’s Wallach Art Gallery curated by Prof. Anne Higonnet and Barnard and Columbia students explores the work of Anna Hyatt Huntington.
Glen Oaks Library receives both Public Choice and Editor’s Choice awards
Joanne's desire to paint grew out of her passion for cartooning. Her newest project involves illustrating a children's book.
Lulu is the founder of the Barnard/Columbia Design for America Studio, a network of interdisciplinary student teams and community members using design for local and social impact.
Emily-Anne is the founder and director of the nonprofit program We Stop Hate, dedicated to raising self-esteem in teens through social media.
Meet some of Barnard's exceptional young women and hear about their academics, aspirations, and lives in New York City.
Once a student activist on campus, Wolfe ascends to key political aide for Mayor-elect de Blasio
Prof. Sharp to deliver Distinguished Lecture in Anthropology at the American Museum of Natural History
December 18, 2013
At Barnard, students study the performing arts intellectually and critically, while immersing themselves in practice on campus and in the wider world of New York City.
Scholars from the Basque country and the U.S. explore the Basque presence in New York City and the larger United States from the 19th century to the present. Sponsored by the Forum on Migration.