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Words we say to our dogs and other things

Yet more research on the human-animal bond.  This time the research was based at Barnard College’s Dog Cognition Lab.

Researchers Alexandra Horowitz and Julie Hecht asked members of the public to send them videos of playtime with their dogs. 124 more words


Coming to Barnard from California

Coming from a small private school in Los Angeles, I developed a limited view of diversity within my academic communities. Because of my relatively monochromatic high school experience, Barnard seemed like an oasis of varied experiences and perspectives. 405 more words

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My Experience at Barnard's Pre-Open House

I chose Barnard because of a feeling, an intuition, that I could thrive here. I had always heard of Barnard from the point of view of my parents, my sister who graduated from the class of 2008 and my guidance counselor, but it wasn’t until I had stepped foot onto Barnard’s campus that I realized how perfect an environment it was for me. 402 more words

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Guest Review: Andrew Lipman, The Saltwater Frontier

In today’s guest post, Marquette University’s Bryan Rindfleisch reviews Andrew Lipman’s The Saltwater Frontier: Indians and the Contest for the American Coast (2015).

When most people think of European colonization in New England and New Netherland, we think in very terrestrial terms. 1,086 more words

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Welcome to MAAC's Blog

Welcome to MAAC’s Blog! I’m a first year from Los Angeles. This blog is a space for current students to share their stories as community members from various underrepresented backgrounds. 73 more words

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Speedy Ortiz Add Earth Day Show, Sadie Dupuis Giving A Talk at Barnard Tonight

Sadie Dupuis of Speedy Ortiz @ Bowery Ballroom

As a group very politically active/rooted in social justice, Speedy Ortiz lead singer/guitarist and Barnard alum Sadie Dupuis is one of the featured guest speakers at the free Barnard College event… 118 more words

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