Barnard students and faculty question whether science should be one of the Nine Ways of Knowing, and what's so great about labs.
At last, Barnard graduation settles on location.
On Wednesday evening, Barnard College hosted "Glamour" magazine's women of the year.
Barnard is awaiting a new shipment of flu vaccine.
Governing boards are working to make Lerner more accessible for clubs as they face campus space restrictions.
In response to the perceived lack of Barnard community, administrators said they are considering sorting students into a system of eight societies.
The Athena Center for Leadership Studies opened this fall. Barnard's student council got caught up on its progress.
As Barnard's administration searches for other possible locations, students are trying to decide what they want most in a graduation spot.
A deathly blow is headed for the flu, as Barnard’s Student Government Association has formed a committee to address the swine flu at Barnard.
Barnard’s Smart Women Lead club hosted president and co-founder of the White House Project Marie Wilson on Thursday night.
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