Kebaya tops, batik textiles, and the Angklung—a long instrument made of bamboo tubes—were some of the many items on display at the Indonesian Network of Columbia’s cultural showcase on Thursday.
On March 18, six Barnard students will go to Brazil for the college’s Women Changing Brazil symposium, and Brazil's ambassador discussed the country’s initiative to educate students in the science and technology fields abroad at an event Monday.
At a Veritas Forum panel students reflected on their personal experiences with sacred texts in their Core classes and discussed how these works could be taught more effectively.
This weekend, head down to the Bowery for music, food, and of course, a massage parlor-turned-club.
Barnard students and administrators have begun to determine how to implement the senior class gift, which will fund a sustainability initiative.
When Carolina Flower Shop Too closed in 2011, it looked like the end had finally come for a family-owned store that had served West Harlem for more than 70 years.
At both Barnard and Columbia, student environmental groups are exploring less conventional ways to reduce the schools’ landfill waste.
Three students are working to make the art community on campus more inclusive for religious women.
Due to a recent federal regulation, Barnard now allows students to house support animals in their rooms, concerning some students and faculty about the quality of care the animals will get in a college environment.
Several current and former Barnard students and women activists discussed the state of feminism at a panel sponsored by the Barnard Center for Research on Women.
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