Alumnae and friends of Barnard College gathered at the historic Plaza Hotel for the annual Scholarship Dinner and Auction to honor Ellen Futter ’71 and Barbara Novak ’50. Actress Greta Gerwig ’06 served as MC; the event raised a record $2.1 Million for Financial Aid.
Political Science Professor Mona El-Ghobashy considers the events leading to Hosni Mubarak's ouster.
Two new assistant professors in Barnard’s philosophy department, John Morrison and Elliot Paul, are using a mix of psychology and philosophy to help students explore big-picture topics like the nature of creativity and perception.
The latest issue of The Scholar & Feminist Online brings together some of the most esteemed scholars whose works tie analyses of reproductive technologies to frameworks for reproductive justice.
In February 2011, the inaugural Athena Film Festival presented over 25 films highlighting the multiplicity of women’s roles in the film industry—as actors, writers, directors, and producers.
On March 15, 2011, in Johannesburg, Barnard presented Women Changing Africa, its third annual global symposium in a series of dialogues about women's leadership, women's agency, and women's voices.
Barnard launched the Women's Studies Major in 1974. Alumna Lois Elfman '80 looks at the careers, changes, and challenges over 30 years.
For academically outstanding students seeking a career in theatre, music, or dance, Barnard’s liberal arts programs and location in a world-class performance arts capital entice growing numbers. Faculty department heads W. B. Worthen, Gail Archer, and Mary Cochran tell Barnard Magazine why.
From classes held in museums and internships at world-renowned galleries, to inspiring mentors and network opportunities, learn how Barnard students take advantage of the college's strong ties to the New York City art world in this fast-paced video.