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          Alumnae

          Being the First | Helen Doyle Yeager ’85

          News

          Welcome, Class of 2024!

          The 1,022 young women from around the world accepted to the Class of 2024 represent the College’s most selective class ever admitted.

          Alumnae

          Way Back Wednesday | Julia Phillips ’10

          The National Book Award finalist unpacks her creative and physical journey to remote Kamchatka, Russia, a 24-hour plane ride away from the writer's home and the setting of Disappearing Earth.

          Alumnae

          ‘We All Have the Potential to Be Storytellers’

          Four alumnae authors describe their experiences as budding writers and first-generation students at Barnard.

          Essentially Barnard

          502 Bad Gateway

          An Education for Tomorrow

          • A Flexible Curriculum You Can Shape

            502 Bad Gateway

          • Advanced Research Opportunities

          • Digital Literacy Across Disciplines

          Voices & Stories

          Ally

          Amy Sueyoshi '93

          Trailblazer

          Zora Neale Hurston 1928

          Entrepreneur

          Ariella Salimpour ’17

          Choreographer

          Twyla Tharp '63

          Groundbreaker

          Margaret Mead 1923

          Finding Home on Campus


          —Agie Neneh Sissoho ’21

          At Home With Powerful Women

          “You never question a woman holding a position of leadership here. You learn ’this is how it is.’ There's a normalcy given to a woman being successful.”
          — Elvita Dominique ’03  

          Scoring Points in Brooklyn


          nginx

          Barnard Now