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Welcome, Class of 2019!

New students make their way to Morningside Heights following Barnard’s most competitive application season ever.

Book by Emily-Anne Rigal '16, "Flawd," reminds readers it's ok to be less than perfect

Senior Emily-Anne Rigal, founder of the anti-bullying organization WeStopHate.org, published Flawd, a fun, illustrated guide on "how to stop hating yourself, others, and the things that make you who are you."

Last Word: The Ripple Effect

Julia Qian ’15, outgoing president of the Student Government Association, addressed the Commencement 2015 audience with these words 

Cooks on Campus

Culinary enthusiasts explore their passion for food on and off campus

Students and recent alumnae receive awards, grants, and fellowships

A roundup of the numerous awards, grants, and fellowships students and recent alumnae received this year.

Citation for Simi Linton

Citation for Simi LInton, activist and consultant on disability and the arts.

U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power urges Class of 2015 to fight for true equality

Ambassador Samantha Power delivers keynote speech for Commencement 2015. Barnard Medal of Distinction also presented to disability activist Simi Linton, pioneering middle school principal Nadia Lopez, and record-breaking swimmer Diana Nyad.

Chloe Hawkey '15 pens New York Times response to "What's the Point of a Professor"

In a letter to The New York Times, a Barnard junior says many students are more academically engaged than some faculty believe.