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Barnard mentioned by actor Greta Gerwig '06 in article re Women in Film Benefit
Betsey Giammattei '15 travels through China with her mother Beth Curts
St. Louis Public Radio reflects on the life of Ellen Eisendrath Post '58
Amanda Stoffel '10 joins the Gagosian Gallery in Los Angeles
Vivien Li '75 will be the new president and CEO of Riverlife Pittsburgh, a nonprofit organization that is revitalizing Pittsburgh's waterfront
Barbara Colby '42, wife of CIA spymaster, passed away on July 16
Emily Shappell Edelman '60 was installed as president of the Southern California Chapter of the American Association of Matrimonial Lawyers
Michelle Collins '02 named new co-host of ABC's The View
Huffington Post piece by YWCA CEO Dr. Dara Richardson-Heron '85 re the connection between domestic abuse and financial resources
Rebecca Bodenheimer's '97 new book published by University Press of Mississippi
New York Times Book Review of debut novel by Julia Pierpont '08, "Among the Ten Thousand Things"
Tina Finkelman Berkett '05 featured in new dance series in Los Angeles
Julia Pierpont '08 featured as a Publishers Weekly Writer to Watch
Rita Gunter McGrath '81 is cited in The Huffington Post article "How to Think Like an Entrepreneur"
was selected by the design blog Cool Hunting as part of their inaugural "CH25" cohort of innovators using design to impact the future.
Rosalind Gordon '62 is profiled in an article for the Financial Times, "Working Older"
Article written about Eva Grayzel '86 by Pulitzer Prize winning author Bill Briggs, "Finding her voice: Storyteller recounts struggle with oral cancer"
Salueha Kamal '15 contributes piece for AltMuslimah re storytelling and the Qur'an
Rhode Island State Representative Katherine Kazarian '12 featured in WPRO's "630 Under 30" series
Trustee Binta Niambi Brown '95 quoted in Cosmopolitan article re: developing career backup plans
Elaine Bloom '57 named president and chief executive officer of Plaza Health Network
Article by Dr. Talya Gluck '04 re: history of the use of laughing gas in pediatric dentistry
Alumnae Summer School
Keep yourself intellectually stimulated while you soak up the summer with Alumnae Summer School, six weeks of online events and lectures from Barnard’s 125th year.
AABC Elections Results and List of AABC Board of Directors
Check out the Alumnae Association of Barnard College (AABC) Elections results and view the 2015-2016 AABC Board of Directors!
Reunion 2015 Class Books
Reunion 2015 Class Books are available for purchase.
Regional Club Corner: Barnard Club of Palm Beach County
Former Barnard president Ellen Futter '71 and New York Board of Regents Chancellor Merryl Tisch '77 featured on Crain's New York Business "Most Powerful Women of 2015" list
Chai Feldblum '79, is to receive Paul G. Hearne Award for Disability Rights from the American Bar Association
NPR profile of activist Grace Lee Boggs '35 on the occasion of her 100th birthday
Margaret Mead '23 included on The American Prospect's list of 20 women who should appear on the new $10 bill
Dr. Nina Ansary '89 featured in article re social media and activism in Iran
Interview with author Ellen Levitt '86 about her newest book Walking Manhattan
New York Times profile of Mia Katigbak '76, co-founder of the National Asian American Theater Company, which will stage a production at the Public Theater next month
Article re Philadelphia mayoral candidate Jim Kenney's team, including campaign manager Jane Slusser '04
Cathy Lee '78 and her husband featured in New York Times real estate column 'The Hunt'
Edwidge Danticat '90 writes New Yorker piece reacting to the Charleston shooting and the labeling of black bodies
Adrianna Aguilar '13 writes Huffington Post piece re what sets New Yorkers apart
Francene Rodgers '67 wrote an op-ed for The New York Times titled "Who Owns Your Overtime?"
Kirsten Sharett '94 announces the launch of her new initiative, the World Center for Global Development
Susan Ochshorn '75 announces her upcoming book "Squandering America's Future: Why ECE Policy Matters for Equality, Our Economy, and Our Children."
Web series by Sylvan Oswald '01 was listed in the NYTimes story "Broadening a Transgender Tale That Has Only Just Begun"
Lis Wiehl '83 mentioned in column re Fox News women reporters
The Independent profiles Anne Warburton '46, Britain's first female Ambassador
The University of Cambridge awards Philosopher Judith Jarvis Thomson '50 with honorary degree
Ephrat Asherie '03 and her dance company perform as part of the New York City Park Foundation's SummerStage Circus Festival
Garden Collage article by Zoe Camp '14 re the Arthur Ross Greenhouse
Amrita Singh '15 contributes essay to Girl with Pen blog re diversifying female leadership and her experience as a Global Symposium Student Fellow
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