Los Angeles–based Laura Napoli has parlayed her Barnard fencing years and expertise in stage combat and acting into a versatile career as a stuntwoman/ swordswoman/actress. Recent credits include Celebrity Deathmatch, Dead Rising, Devil May Cry 4, and the live-action stunt show Terminator 2: 3D. She talks to Barnard about how she found her niche.
Barnard hosts a major initiative with the City of New York to jumpstart the celebration of Women's History Month.
Torchbearers speaker honors great-grandmother who lost her chance at higher education.
Six alumnae share their perspectives of the earthquake in Haiti.
John Miller gives form to powerfully subversive ideas through a variety of media--sculpture, painting, photography, and others.
While Torchbearers 2010 featured several new components, the March 9th event sustained its annual tradition of honoring donors and friends and recognizing student recipients of scholarship, internship, and fellowship funds.
Dr. Rae Silver, head of the Laboratory of Neurobiology and Behavior at Columbia University and Helene L. and Mark N. Kaplan Professor at Barnard College, is studying what makes the master clock in our brain tick. Working to help advance Dr. Silver’s research are Megan Manganaro ’10 and Akhila Iyer ’10, Barnard students majoring in neuroscience and behavior.