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Happy Holidays From Barnard College Here's to a New Year full of open doors, open hearts and open minds.
Happy holidays--please enjoy this year's Barnard holiday greeting!
An Evening with Sadie Dupuis '11 Sadie Dupuis, guitarist, vocalist, and lyricist of indie rock band Speedy Ortiz, returned to Barnard with the release of her new poetry book "Mouthguard". She was joined by mentor Saskia Hamilton, professor of English, to discuss her time at Barnard, ...
Power Talk with Athena Distinguished Fellow Liza Donnelly Join us for a conversation with Athena Distinguished Fellow Liza Donnelly, a visual journalist, cartoonist, and writer with The New Yorker and The New York Times. She is also a resident cartoonist at CBS News and a contributor to CNN. ...
Nicaraguan Sign Language: Past to Present Professor of Psychology and Director of the Language Acquisition and Development Research Laboratory Ann Senghas studies the evolution of language. Through the lens of Nicaraguan Sign Language (NSL), a unique language that originated in the 1970s, Senghas studies how language ...
Beyond Barnard Beyond Barnard supports all students and alumnae of the College as you define, pursue, and achieve success in your careers and communities.
Our areas of focus include careers, experiential education (student jobs, internships, civic engagement, and post-baccalaureate programming), fellowships and ...
From the Faculty Lounge: Biology and the Sexes How do commonly held understandings and expectations of sexuality and gender inform scientific research of biology and the sexes? Alison Pischedda, assistant professor of biology, and Rebecca Jordan-Young, associate professor of women's, gender, and sexuality studies, join Provost Linda Bell ...
"Blue Wave" or "Red Wedding?" - Trend and Mirage in the 2018 Midterm Elections What can political scientists predict about the outcome of the 2018 midterm elections? Can history and data shed light on elections and governance? And what is likely to happen next?
Professor Michael G. Miller and Jessica Huseman participated in this ...
Athena Power Talk with Nathalie Molina Niño Athena Center for Leadership Studies Power Talk with Nathalie Molina Niño, October 10, 2018
Nathalie Molina Niño is the CEO and founder of BRAVA Investments, where she invests in businesses that economically benefit women. Molina Niño is also the author ...
After Barnard: Hannah Kreiger-Benson '07 When Hannah Kreiger-Benson '07 attended Barnard College she would not have predicted she would one day settle in New Orleans and earn her living as a piano player in the French Quarter. It was a path she says was built ...
After Barnard: Kimberly E. Parker '92 When Kimberly E. Parker '92 first went to Barnard she loved not only the academics that challenged her but also the women she met on campus. After graduation, she moved to California and connected with Barnard alumnae. Now as a ...

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