Barnard College Dean Avis Hinkson announced that the 2014 Commencement will be held on May 18th for a second year at Radio City Music Hall.
Leymah Gbowee, a Liberian peace activist and 2011 winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, told Barnard graduates to stand up for themselves and be proud of what they can do to help the world.
Liberian peace activist and 2011 Nobel Peace Prize winner Leymah Gbowee will deliver the keynote address at Barnard’s commencement this May at Radio City Music Hall.
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.
Sally Chapman, who taught general chemistry at Barnard for 36 years, died Saturday of renal cell carcinoma, a type of kidney cancer.
Rick MacArthur, CC ’78, discussed Karl Marx and other texts, while more than 1,000 CC seniors celebrated their graduation and looked back on their time at Columbia.
Obama, CC ’83, largely avoided campaign rhetoric during his keynote address, focusing on women’s rights during an election year in which women’s issues have permeated the political dialogue.
The ceremony was moved back to Sunday due to security measures surrounding President Barack Obama’s decision to speak at Barnard's commencement ceremony Monday afternoon.
After Debora Spar announced that President Barack Obama, CC '83, would speak at Barnard's commencement ceremony, several controversies ensued.
General Studies Class Day was not rescheduled until last Monday because the scale of the security measures needed for President Barack Obama’s visit was not fully realized until a week earlier.
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