For a better activism, we need to be more pragmatic and respectful of our causes.
More than a thousand people gathered in Riverside Church Wednesday evening in a warm and bittersweet reflection on the former South African president's life.
Studying abroad presents a much-needed opportunity for research in the social sciences.
Only 15 percent of students who went abroad 10 years ago studied in developing countries, but this number had risen to 26 percent by last year.
The students were joined by Barnard President Debora Spar, as well as a handful of other Barnard faculty members at the event, ‘Women Changing Africa’ in Johannesburg, which brought together female leaders in business, politics and academia from across Africa.
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Diversity in motion: Dance Theatre of Harlem turns 45—This Harlem institution “devoted to breaking down barriers in ballet” honors its history with an eclectic variety of performances from April 23... Read More
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As part of a series of short interviews featuring individual members of the Varsity Show, Spectrum’s Sally Gao sat down with Lindsay Garber, BC ’16. Lindsay, who transferred to Barnard... Read More
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