A Barnard professor’s new book explores credit’s past, shedding light on the problems it causes in the present.
Wendy Dubow Polins' novel that grew out of visits to college campuses with her older daughter, and the memories of being a student when "everything, everything, is ahead of you."
A young alumna is finding her way in New York City, where big dreams are the norm.
The beginning of the academic year 2011-2012 welcomed improvements and changes to the Barnard campus—some more strikingly apparent than others.
Barnard city slickers roughing it.
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.
Through Barnard’s Athena Center, Constance Hess Williams ’66 supports and encourages tomorrow’s leaders.
In 1967, Barnard mailed me an acceptance letter. Tears washed my cheeks as I pirouetted across the living room: I would leave my parents’ Persian home in Forest Hills, Queens, and thrust myself into the lecture halls of Morningside Heights.
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