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Joan Walsh explains how blocking on Twitter isn't cowardice, it's strength

Women, Action, and the Media is holding its sixth annual WAM!NYC Feminist Media Conference today at Barnard College, “devoted to elevating issues of race, gender, and class in the media” and promising “a diverse group of people” in a welcoming space. 513 more words


A Tale of Two Cities: Flat 128 Is the Notting Hill of the West Village

Elizabeth DuBois, declared anglophile and dedicated New Yorker, found, in 2013, that her loyalties were split. Having attended Barnard College prior to jet-setting to the U.K for the next five years, she was, of course, divided in her urban allegiances. 765 more words

15 Things You Should Bring to Your Barnard Dorm Room

By now, if you’re a high school senior, you’ve already made your college decision! Congrats! With all of the applications and stress behind you, what’s next? 690 more words

The Dynamic Duo: Alaina Hartnett and Tori Hopkins

Written by Jadan Washington and Cameron LeClaire   |

When some people think about a valedictorian, they might think of some intelligent but pompous and uptight jerk. 821 more words

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Are You as Smart as a College Board of Trustees (or president or faculty member)?

Everyone should read the article in the New York Times of June 5, 2015 “Barnard College Will Accept Transgender Women” discussing the transgender policies at Barnard and several other elite women’s colleges.  555 more words

Reflection on My Past Two Years at Barnard

I always have a bittersweet feeling whenever the academic year comes to an end. It is very easy to get lost in the midst of final exams and assignments, but it is always important to take a step back and reflect on your semester or year. 888 more words

All-female Barnard College to admit transgender women

Today, Barnard College announced the results of its June 3, 2015 board meeting regarding the admission policy for transgender applicants. Starting in the fall of 2016, the college will consider applicants “who consistently live and identify as women, regardless of the identity assigned to them at birth.” 32 more words