Barnard’s guest policy states that students can sign in only two guests each, while across Broadway, Columbia students have no specific limit on the number of guests they can sign in.
Barnard recently joined the rest of Columbia University in codifying its policy that allows students in violation of the school’s drug or alcohol policy to seek medical aid without penalty.
A new policy requires Barnard students to present documentation of insurance when seeking services at Barnard’s Primary Care Health Service, an inconvenience for some at this week's flu shot fair.
After construction on the Diana Center started in 2007, Lehman Lawn could no longer accommodate Barnard's Commencement and administrators are continuing to search for the ideal venue for the ceremony.
Starting today and continuing for the rest of the semester, rooms LL103 and LL104 in the Diana will remain unlocked until 2 a.m., and students will use sign-in sheets to reserve the rooms.
After many transfer students would up living off-campus this year due to a housing crunch, SGA leaders are designing a program to ease the transition for future classes.
The central question of the event—“What does SGA do?”—presented students with the opportunity to understand the role of student government and to give input on the issues they want to see addressed by Barnard administration.
A pilot program had kept the library open until 2 a.m. Sunday through Thursday nights last year, but beginning this semester, the library reverted to its original closing time of midnight.
The Rosemary Furman Counseling Center has reduced the number of free sessions it offers every student from 10 per year to eight per year.
Barnard Dean Avis Hinkson said finding more effective methods of communication between students and administrators is the next step.
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