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We are thrilled to announce the Inaugural Linda A. Bell Award for Collaborative Creativity and Excellence in Teaching. This award will be gi…

We are thrilled to announce the Inaugural Linda A. Bell Award for Collaborative Creativity and Excellence in Teaching. This award will be given annually to the group whose teaching efforts most embody Provost Bell’s willingness to listen, experiment, and collaborate with others as well as her commitment to achieving academic excellence and innovation. The first recipient of the award is The>>>

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One of the many social justice issues Barnard students are dedicated to is reduc…

One of the many social justice issues Barnard students are dedicated to is reducing food waste — on campus and in their hometowns. Maia Robinson ’22 and Delaney Michaelson ’24 are two of the students who have picked up the mantle to encourage sustainable practices around food: Robinson by creating a system of community fridges in her hometown of Evanston, Illinois and Michaelson by addressing>>>

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Barnard is thrilled to announce the inaugural Linda A. Bell Award for Collaborat…

Barnard is thrilled to announce the inaugural Linda A. Bell Award for Collaborative Creativity and Excellence in Teaching. This award will be given annually to the group whose teaching efforts most embody Provost Bell’s willingness to listen, experiment, and collaborate with others as well as her commitment to achieving academic excellence and innovation. The first recipient of the award is>>>

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Can you believe it? Commencement is less than 3 weeks away! During the ceremon…

Can you believe it? Commencement is less than 3 weeks away! 🎓
During the ceremony, we will be sharing some of the Class of 2021’s favorite photos. Here’s a sneak peek. 👀
Seniors: Don’t forget to share your photos by DMing us @BarnardCollege or emailing us at communications@barnard.edu.
#Barnard2021 #Classof2021 #BarnardBoldStrongTogetherby barnardcollege

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Column: She worked for months to bring a community fridge to Evanston and it was destroyed in a car crash. Then the community stepped up.

Barnard student Maia Robinson '22 worked for months to establish a community refrigerator in Evanston. After it was destroyed in a car crash, her community stepped in to help. “It’s always been my goal for people to understand this isn’t my fridge. This isn’t Evanston Fight for Black Lives’ fridge. This is everyone’s fridge. I want everyone to feel responsible for this fridge, and I was>>>

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What does a day in the life of a Barnard student look like? For first-year Franc…

What does a day in the life of a Barnard student look like? For first-year Francesca Fierro ’24, it involves an outing to Ikea complete with Swedish meatballs, fun on the subway with friends, and a midnight stroll across the steps of Columbia’s Low Memorial Library. Swipe to see some highlights from Francesca’s adventure and visit the link in our bio to read her full “Day in the Life” entry>>>

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Award-winning journalist and CNN Chief International Anchor Christiane Amanpour …

Award-winning journalist and CNN Chief International Anchor Christiane Amanpour will deliver the keynote address at this year’s Commencement on April 29. Ms. Amanpour will also receive the Medal of Distinction for her stellar work in journalism and advocacy, along with writer and advocate for Native representation and tribal sovereignty, Rebecca Nagle; multidisciplinary performer>>>

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Happy #NationalStudentAthleteDay to all the Barnard and Columbia athletes out th…

Happy #NationalStudentAthleteDay to all the Barnard and Columbia athletes out there! Celebrate with us by checking out the latest Barnard’s Got Game feature with Ruba Nadar ’21, a member of Columbia’s women’s rowing team and co-founder of the Columbia/Barnard’s chapter of Athlete Ally, a national advocacy organization working to end homophobia and transphobia in sports. “Rowing at Barnard>>>

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This Sexual Assault Awareness Month, we want to recognize the work our community…

This Sexual Assault Awareness Month, we want to recognize the work our community is doing to help survivors of sexual assault. In 2012, Barnard alumna Rachel Cohen ’77 founded Common Threads Project (CTP) to support survivors of sexual and gender-based violence through the healing practice of sewing story cloths. “Women need each other to create a new narrative about what has happened to>>>

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