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Barnard College Replaces Manager of $286 Million Endowment -- Moving to a socially responsible firm

❝ Barnard College is replacing its money manager, Investure LLC, with another firm that’s able to invest its $286 million endowment in more socially responsible companies.

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Economics

Book Review: On Looking: Eleven Walks with Expert Eyes by Alexandra Horowitz

Hello everyone,

I’m back on the book reviewing bandwagon again!

My goodness me, what a book to start with!

Is that a good or a bad thing? 664 more words

Non-Fiction

First Semester of College Bucket List

Well, it’s finally here. After months of anticipation, this weekend I am finally moving into my college dorm room to begin my freshmen semester. Even though the first week is just orientation, I can’t wait to start living on campus and meeting my fellow classmates! 439 more words

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Professors group wants taxpayer-funded climate research blocked from public scrutiny —

TONI AIRAKSINEN – BARNARD COLLEGE •JULY 19, 2017 87 149 Share0 0 The American Association of University Professors has filed an amicus brief arguing professors at a public university should be exempt from public records act requests from a conservative think tank seeking to review the scholars’ unpublished climate change research.

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Climate Matters

VIDEO: AMY GUITTARD OF GUITTARD CHOCOLATE COMPANY

We sat down to speak with Amy Guittard of Guittard Chocolate Company to find what it takes to run a 150 year old chocolate company that runs 24/7 and produces over 200 chocolate products.  177 more words

Ideas

Queering the Music Industry: A Night at Barnard with Pwr Bttm, Suzy Exposito, Frankie Hutchinson and Dai Burger

By Nicolette Natale, Contributing Writer

On March 24, 2017, Pwr Bttm, Suzy Exposito, Frankie Hutchinson aand Dai Burger gathered in the James Room of Barnard college to discuss queerness in the music industry. 619 more words

Music

New Harvard club courts controversy to foster free speech on campus

When Conor Healy was a freshman at Harvard, he applied to take a freshman seminar class on free speech. Originally from Toronto, Healy chose the class because free speech seemed to be a popular topic in the United States when he arrived. 795 more words

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