"Bold, beautiful, Barnard." These words remind us of the ideals that we seek to uphold for ourselves, the college, and feminism in the twenty-first century. But what do they prescribe? The 1960s Women's Liberation Movement presents an ideology of female autonomy which promotes the image of a woman who not only can have it all, but is expected to. But this vision of a successful woman ultimately overwhelms rather than supports women in their pursuit of equality. Today, such an expectation persists on our own campus....