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BCRW Researcher Andrea Ritchie Examines Police Violence Against Marginalized Women

activismfeminismimmigrationrace and ethnicitywomen As Researcher-in-Residence for the Barnard Center for Research on Women (BCRW), attorney and community organizer Andrea J. Ritchie researches and has developed a framework for the philanthropic community to support new models of activism for the intersections of race, gender, sexuality, and criminal justice. She is also part of the first cohort […]

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The Attack on Lower Manhattan

The following message was sent to the Barnard community. Dear Members of the Barnard Community,  Together, we join the City and the nation in mourning the victims of yesterday’s act of terrorism in Lower Manhattan. Our hearts ache for all who have been touched by this unthinkable tragedy.   At difficult times like this, we […]

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Professor William Sharpe First Barnard Professor Honored with Fulbright Visiting Professor Award

europefellowships & grantsliterature & poetry Professor of English William Chapman Sharpe is one of three senior scholars honored with a Fulbright Visiting Professor Award—and the first from Barnard—which, according to the US-UK Fulbright Commission, is “viewed as among the most prestigious appointments in the Fulbright Scholar programme” and honors those who “have significant teaching and publication records.” Sharpe […]

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Spirit of Justice: Michelle Alexander & Angela Davis (Video)

“We always have to act as if revolution were possible, as if it were possible to change the world.” – Angela Davis If you missed Friday’s conversation between Michelle Alexander and Angela Davis, be sure to watch it now! In conversation, the two reflect on the rise of the prison industrial complex, and offer thoughts […]

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Jake Jaffee '08

Jake Jaffee ’08 graduated from University of Mississippi with a degree in business management. He is currently modeling and has appeared in five fashion presentations during New York Fashion Week Men’s, and was featured in Vogue magazine for its article on the David Hart SS/18 Presentation for New York Men’s Day. […]

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President Sian Beilock Leads the Conversation on Combatting Performance Anxiety

college presidentpsychologySTEM Barnard’s eighth president, Sian Beilock, is a cognitive scientist by training and the author of two books on the mind-body connection (Choke and How the Body Knows Its Mind). She has focused much of her research efforts on discovering strategies and tools to improve individuals’ performance in high-stakes scenarios, such as a season-clinching […]

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OCT 23–27: JOIN US for the 2nd Annual Manhattan School of Music / Detroit Symphony Orchestra Conductors’ Project with Conductor Leonard Slatkin

The public is welcome to attend a special week of orchestra rehearsals, a panel discussion and a final concert in the Conductors’ Project, a special week-long residency at MSM in New York City by Detroit Symphony Orchestra Music Director Leonard Slatkin.         Rehearsal with the MSM Symphony Orchestra, October 2016: Leonard Slatkin […]

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Barnard Raises Nearly Half a Million Dollars on Giving Day 2017

giving During Giving Day 2017, Columbia University’s annual 24-hour online fund drive, Barnard received over $474,000 in support for financial aid and faculty research, and $9,000 in challenge funds, for a total of $483,000.   Thanks to generous alumnae, students, and friends of the College, the College received 1,613 gifts and had the fourth-highest alumni […]

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