Rebiya Kadeer, president of the World Uyghur Congress and the Uyghur American Association, spoke to an audience of about 70 at Havemeyer Hall, and faced posters that labeled her a terrorist.
Construction on Barnard’s new student center, the Nexus, began in 2008 after the demolition of the old McIntosh Center. In April 2009, it was officially named The Diana after Diana Touliatou Vagelos, BC ‘55, who donated $15 million to the project.
When Bilal’s Somali relatives came to his home last year, they brought Kamal, his 7-year-old cousin with them for the first time.
“Do you want to repeat?” asks Norma Elliott, enunciating each word slowly with a special emphasis on the final “t.” She is addressing five students who have just completed watching a movie specially made for English learners.
Many of the staff who check our identification at residence halls, prepare our burgers at JJ’s Place, or clean up after our all-nighters at Butler live right up the street, in Harlem.
Ever wonder what’s going on behind the blue tarps covering Barnard’s long-awaited student center, the Nexus? Now, some students know.
Matt Bar is not your typical rapper. Unlike popular artists such as 50 cent or Kanye West, Matt Bar discovered his passion for rap while teaching Hebrew school.
Among the most memorable moments of one student’s fall semester in the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro in Kimana, Kenya were spending a week observing man-eating lions in the wild, going for an ostrich ride at a local ostrich farm, and slaughtering and dissecting a goat for a traditional Maasai co
Barnard professor and internationally recognized scholar Dennis Dalton, who has taught the same two-semester political theory sequence since 1969, will give his last lecture this Thursday.
She greets you everyday on the main gates of Barnard. She dances with you at Midnight Breakfast. She decorates your bulletin boards, T-shirts, notebooks, flip-flops, and buildings.
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