Art exhibition “Redefining the Center” makes the black femme artist the alpha and omega of the art canon
White space surrounds the works: white walls, white lights on a white ceiling, white paper, white dressing screens, white blinds on the windows.
Every February, Americans recognize Black History Month as an opportunity to highlight the contributions of African Americans across every industry and facet of life. However, the chance to celebrate this identity is present on a daily basis, and this is the mindset that propelled Phanesia Pharel, BC ’21, to found Bold, Beautiful, Black at Barnard and hold it in March rather than February....
Barnard pushes to grow alumni engagement as financial aid fundraising remains millions short of goal
Updated Feb. 7, 2019 at 4:34 p.m.
Inaugural Barnard Bold Conference sparks student-faculty discussions about inclusivity in the classroom
The Bold Conference, the first of its kind at Barnard, sparked conversation between students, faculty, and staff on diversity and inclusion in the classroom, serving as a space for professors to better understand the issues students face....
Five generations of black Barnard alumnae gathered to discuss their time at Barnard at Tuesday’s panel, “Where Do We Go? A Reflection on the Past of Black Students and the Future.”...
A host of lush dance beats, three animated performances, a crowd of college students gradually working through their inhibitions—all of these combined to create this year’s “Bold Brilliant Beats,” the most recent show in an annual concert series organized by Barnard Student Life....
Barnard officially unveiled its capital campaign—The Bold Standard—on Tuesday....
2012-13 in review: Student musicians raise profiles, Columbia Music Festival brings big names to campus
This article is part of a special issue looking back at the 2012-13 academic year. Read the rest of the issue here....