Elections for next year’s Student Government Association—which include races for the council’s executive board, an open University Senate seat, class council, and various representative positions—get underway on Tuesday morning.
Barnard seniors will be able to vote in the Student Government Association elections this year for the first time, thanks to a recent proposal approved at the start of this month.
Project leaders from Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP met with a handful of Barnard students and administrators in Altschul Atrium in a “visioning session” on Friday to discuss what students were looking for in a building.
For the first time ever, Barnard’s commencement ceremony will be transcribed and translated into 57 languages online, but the students who led the initiative said they ran into administrative opposition in achieving their full plan.
The Senior Fund Committee co-chairs announced on Tuesday afternoon that a portion of this year’s senior gift will go toward restoring the Greek Games statue from the class of 1905, and the remaining funds will be donated to financial aid.
Nearly one year after announcing plans to demolish Lehman Hall, Barnard has contracted an architecture firm to build a teaching and learning facility in Lehman’s place.
Barnard returned to China over spring break to host its fifth annual global symposium, titled “Women Changing China,” in Shanghai.
When Gloria Brooks Reinish, SEAS ’45, ’48, ’74, stepped onto Columbia’s campus as the first female undergraduate at the School of Engineering and Applied Science in February 1943, she was making history.
Cecile Richards, president of Planned Parenthood Federation of America and Planned Parenthood Action Fund, will speak at Barnard College Commencement on May 21, Barnard President Debora Spar and Dean Avis Hinkson, BC ’84 and TC ’87, announced in an email to students Thursday.
Barnard welcomed three new members to its board of trustees this week who hail from art, finance, and consulting backgrounds.
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