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Connecting the dots on Columbia

In addition to the traumatized-by-the-news exam extensions at the Columbia School of Law, there’s this:

I was quite anxious when I was asked to present my work to colleagues in order to get a long-term contract and be moved into line for a shot at tenure.

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College-educated Elites

Barnard College Opens Discussion About Transgender Admissions

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Barnard College has been focused on educating women since 1889. But now its Board of Trustees faces a profound question: Should the school accept transgender students? 293 more words

News

Just Received: A Message from President Spar Regarding the Trans Admission Policy

The following statement was just released from the president of the college regarding movements to be made on the trans admission policy.  Please see below for meetings next semester and further information.   602 more words

First Annual LGBT Student-Alum Reception: Event Recap

On November 15th 2014, Q partnered with Alum Affairs to hold the First Annual LGBT Student-Alum Reception.  We are pleased to say that we had Barnard alums from graduating classes that spanned the 1980s-2010s (many of whom were Q members in their time, or parents of our current members). 141 more words

Students for a Trans-Inclusive Barnard: Statement of Support

Greetings members!

Please view the statement of support that was released by Students for a Trans-Inclusive Barnard (posted below) and sign it through the linked google form if you agree.   244 more words

Zora Neale Hurston

Professor Jennifer Wallach spoke about author Zora Neal Hurston playing a fairly unknown, yet influential role during the Civil Rights Movement.

Hurston, the daughter of two former slaves, was born in January 1891 in Alabama. 96 more words