The residential lounges in Barnard do not provide enough privacy and silence for studying.
Spectator asked Barnard students how they feel about the college's new housing policy regarding overnight guests, especially in the wake of several large media outlets picking up the story and alleging that the Barnard administration is trying to control the sex lives of its students.
Barnard’s Student Government Association is hoping to convince administrators to rewrite the college’s controversial guest policy in response to accusations that it polices the sex lives of students.
Outlining the minority categories includes some, but excludes so many more.
After Barnard quietly canceled its Open Gym Hours last semester, students will once again have the chance to use the gym at night on a trial basis.
We call on Barnard to explain Bournoutian’s departure, and to fill her vacant position with all deliberate haste.
Barnard’s Student Government Association has doubled its budget for campus enhancements this year to $32,000, and it’s turning to the student body for ideas on where the money should go.
After 20 years at Barnard, the Africana studies program officially became an academic department last week.
Barnard’s Athena Center for Leadership Studies is adding a management track to its Athena Mastermind program this semester.
Students chewed on donuts—and each other’s thoughts—last week at “The World Café,” the first event from Barnard’s new Special Interest Housing community, the Social Justice House.
Dec 5, 1:11am
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