In 1982, Columbia and Barnard announced a joint agreement that allowed women to apply to Columbia College. Thirty years later, we reflect on the significance of that agreement and continue the discussion of coeducation. Katherine Franke brings us back to when Columbia College became coed, Giselle Boresta argues that Barnard’s brand of single-sex education is made unique and better thanks to Columbia, Samuel Mickel shares his experience as a Barnard boy, and Jessica Blank emphasizes the mutual benefits of the Columbia-Barnard relationship.
30 YEARS OF COEDUCATION: The Decision
May 17, 11:47pm
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