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Spring 2016
Theirs is a tale of sibling devotion—to each other, and to a cause. Born early in the 20th century, two sisters—Helen Chamberlain Josefsberg ’30, an elementary school...
Spring 2016
Last year, in short order, two important things happened to Anne Bernays ’52: she became a great-grandmother, and she dyed her hair blue. While she didn’t think...
Winter 2016
A unique experience was a visit to the world-renowned Treetops Hotel in Kenya, where rustic quarters are accessed by ladder. The outdoor deck, from which one can...
Winter 2016
As I write this letter in late December and reflect on my charitable giving, I want to highlight the complementary programs and services that Barnard offers to...
Winter 2016
In 2015, Jacqueline Barton ’74 became only the third woman to receive the Priestley Medal, the highest award given by the American Chemical Society. It was the...
Fall 2015
Haiti is not Trinidad is not St. Lucia is not Jamaica. The plural “feminisms” in the fall program at The Diana Center proved yet again that not...
Fall 2015
Amy Guittard ’05 mentions a favorite family saying: Taste has memory. “Your memories of growing up oftentimes are associated with flavors and foods,” she explains. Her family’s...
Fall 2015
As undergraduates, my mother and math major Lucy Kramer Cohen ’28, and Zora Neale Hurston ’28, worked for Franz Boas, professor of anthropology at Columbia University. The...