Since the 1990s, WBAR has provided a home for music-loving Barnard College and Columbia University students seeking a free-form radio station.
Barnard hosts the fourth annual global symposium in Mumbai, showcasing the work being done by some of the most exceptional women in India.
The beginning of the academic year 2011-2012 welcomed improvements and changes to the Barnard campus—some more strikingly apparent than others.
Conservator Dianne Dwyer Modestini ’68 and Curator Nadine Orenstein ’83 are two alumnae in specialized fields of the art world. Read about their achievements and how they got their start while students at Barnard.
Barnard’s Reach Out program, a weekend of community service for students, faculty, and staff, extended its hand to alumnae for the first time this year.
Distinguished alumna Edwidge Danticat '90 returns to campus to share her new book, Create Dangerously, and to discuss what inspires her and drives her storytelling.
"Introductory Environmental Science,” students investigate the interplay between rapid urban development and their environmental surroundings.
Singer-songwriter Suzanne Vega ’81, scholar Sonia Alvarez, and South African activist Mamphela Ramphele headline BCRW anniversary conference
Barnard welcomes its newest class to campus.
After nearly 30 years, Dean of the College Avis Hinkson ’84 completes a circle, returning to the alma mater she loves so well.