In August 1791, the Haitian Revolution began and ended more than ten years later with Haiti becoming the first colony in the region to win independence.
Professor of Professional Practice Gail Archer is the Director of the Barnard-Columbia Chorus and Chamber Choir and a Grammy-nominated concert organist.
Q & A with Prof. Mary Gordon '71 on her latest novel There Your Heart Lies
To celebrate National Pollinator Week, Barnard highlights the leading research of Professor Jon Snow to protect honey bees
Barnard is a preeminent incubator for the world’s next generation of women leaders. Students enter with passion and intellect, and they graduate with an enhanced sense of identity and purpose.
The Class of 2017 reflects on their four years at Barnard.
At Reunion 2017, Alumnae returned to campus to reconnect and attend panels, lectures, and cocktails.
June is LGBTQ Pride Month—but at Barnard, Pride is year-round.
Barnard College historically has been a space for activism—from Annie Nathan Meyer’s aggressive advocacy of women’s education in the 1880s to the 1968 Vietnam War and civil rights protests to recent calls for divestment from fossil fuel companies.
On Tuesday, May 2, 2017, more than 400 alumnae and friends of Barnard College gathered at the annual Gala at the historic Plaza Hotel to benefit student financial aid and honor Diana T. ’55 and P. Roy Vagelos, M.D., P&S ’54 for their more than three decades of service and philanthropy to the College.