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Avenue Magazine editor Daisy Prince '97 featured in New York Times' "What I Love" column
Pamela Wiznitzer '07 interviewed on WKXL Portland re her experience as a bartender
New Yorker coverage of 'Carol,' new film based on a novel by Patricia Highsmith '42
Chicago Tribune profile of artist Laurie Anderson '69 and her new film, "Heart of a Dog"
Cleveland Federal Reserve President Loretta Mester '80 discusses policy on CNBC
Janine Utell '96 offers accessible introduction to storytelling with book “Engagements with Narrative”
Emma Goidel '12 to participate in Labyrinth Theater's Annual Barn Series
New novel by Ariella Cohen '83, Sweet Breath of Memory, now available for pre-order
NPR Morning Edition highlights writer Anne Bernays '52 as part of its "The Changing Lives of Women" series
New York Magazine feature re Carol, new film based on the novel by Patricia Highsmith '42
Juliet Macur '92 contributes New York Times piece re her father, who served as inspiration for her career in sportswriting
Join the Alma Maters Committee
We are extending an invitation to join the Barnard Alma Maters (Sweet Mothers) Committee, a standing committee of the Alumnae Association, for alumnae focused on the challenges and joys of balancing motherhood, work, and other aspects of women's lives.
New York Times article re Nina Griscom '77 and her new handbag line
Michelle Brody '88 has released new book, Stop the Fight! An Illustrated Guide for Couples
Jane Slusser '04 named chief of staff to Philadelphia Mayor-Elect Jim Kenney
Albany Times-Union article features Lydia Davis '70 as one of the great local minds of the Capital Region
Article re Scherich Insurance, company run by Kathy Scherich '83
Martha Ullman West '60 mentions her time at Barnard in review of 'Orlando' at Portland's Profile Theatre
Giving Day 2015 Thank You from Annual Giving!
Giving Day 2015 was hugely successful! Barnard finished second in participation among all 19 participating schools fueled by the social media posts of alumnae volunteers and their classmates and friends.
Save the date for Barnard's Eighth Annual Global Symposium: Women Changing Europe, in Paris, France
In its exciting eighth year, the Global Symposium will travel, for the first time, to Europe. On March 18, 2016, Barnard College will gather together in Paris, France, a group of prominent leaders from throughout the region to discuss some of the current events and rapidly changing policies that are influencing women’s roles across Europe, both in and out of the workplace.
Livestream Barnard President Debora Spar and AABC President Terry Newman '79 in conversation
We're delighted to announce that as part of Leadership Assembly activities this coming Friday, November 13, a State of the College conversation with Barnard President Debora Spar and Alumnae Association of Barnard College President Terry Newman '79 will be broadcast via Livestream for all alumnae to experience.
Deadline for AABC Graduate Fellowship application: Friday, November 13
The deadline to submit your application for the AABC Fellowship for Graduate Study is
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2015 at 5:00PM EST
. To apply, you must plan to enroll or be enrolled in a full-time, graduate degree program for the 2016-2017 academic year.
Tracy Sun '99 featured in Forbes for her fashion e-commerce startup, Poshmark
Tina Finkelman Berkett '05 featured in Newsworks article re her dance troupe, BODYTRAFFIC
Mary Ann D'Alto '81 releases debut novel, He Counts Their Tears
Mary Feinsinger '68 is the Musical Director of new Off-Broadway Musical HELL'S BELLES
Notorious RBG, edited by Julia Cheiffetz '00, debuts at #7 on the 11/15 New York Times hardcover nonfiction list
Gabrielle Balkan '97 has released a childrens book titled "The 50 States"
Samantha Giordano '09 of Dolores Haze will launch her fashion zine on Friday 11.6 in NYC
Linda Sallop '65 featured in The Boston Globe's top 100 women led business in Massachusetts
Ex-Amazonian Julia Cheiffetz '00 quoted in article re Amazon's new parental leave policy
Sheila Levrant de Bretteville '62 selected for 2016 Lifetime Achievement Award by Women's Caucus for Art
Metropolitan Museum of Art curator Freyda Spira '96 featured in article re digitization of famous Jefferson Burdick baseball card collection
The Guardian profiles Erica Jong ‘63 re her new book Fear of Dying
Suzanne Vega '81 mentioned in Crain's New York article re New York City diners
Artwork by Julie Bernstein Engelmann '79 on display at City Hall in Sedona, AZ
Sage President Susan C. Scrimshaw '67 Receives Adam Yarmolinsky Medal
Coverage of upcoming performance by organist Dorothy Papadakos '82
Coverage of upcoming talk by author Edwidge Danticat '90
Jackie D’Agostino '03, also from Garden City, will receive the Associate Award of Long Island Business News’ “Leadership in Law” Awards
Ploughshares Solos Omnibus Volume 3, now available, features the longform story “Bad Books” by Clare Needham '08
New book by Michelle Brody '88, Stop the Fight!: An Illustrated Guide for Couples, is out on October 27
HEART OF A DOG, directed by Laurie Anderson '69, opens in NYC on October 21, LA on November 6, nationwide following
Meet and Discuss Women in Iran with Nina Ansary '89
BCRW and the Middle East Institute at Columbia University are proud to host author and Barnard/Columbia University alum Nina Ansary '89 in a conversation with Richard Bulliet, Columbia Professor of History and Middle East Studies, on Ansary’s widely anticipated book
Jewels of Allah
Shoshi Rosenbaum '09 is new Teen Engagement Director Westchester Jewish Center, where Pat Tinto '76 is Director of Communications
Dr. Eugenia Cherkasskaya '03 among eight new staff members at Columbia Counseling and Psychological Services
Dr. Judith Goldberg '65 receives Janet L. Norwood Award for Outstanding Achievement in Statistical Sciences
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