Q, Barnard’s queer student group, will hold an information session and then flyering party Tuesday night—the first day of Queer Awareness Month—for new gender-inclusive bathroom signs that have been installed over the past two weeks on Barnard’s campus.
New classrooms in the Diana Center and Barnard Hall are now available to students as after-hours study spaces.
After student musicians said that there were not enough practice rooms on campus, Barnard's Student Government Association opted to create more rooms equipped for music.
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.
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.
This year's CoLab performance brings eight acts that surprise and wow in their variety.
The Diana Center needs more seating, and clearer differences between lounges and study spaces, to draw students as a center of student life, Barnard students said at a town hall meeting.
As religious groups search for the right amenities on campus, Barnard continues to ponder a prayer room initiative that has failed to gain significant traction.
Middle school students flocked to the Diana Center on Wednesday for a day of hands-on environmental learning.
When it comes to accessibility in Barnard’s new Diana Center, students and professors say some details may have been overlooked.
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