Frances Mayo BC '15, describes how to put together a "baby zine" and shares one of her own.Read more
“My entire world could be turned upside down in an instant, but my wardrobe would stay the same. ... It doesn’t seem like a big or important revelation, that the things you buy and collect don’t change, but it kind of is in the sense that those are the mementos that accidentally become imbued with memory by virtue of never...Read more
Architect Peter Zuspan, an adjunct assistant professor in the Barnard-Columbia architecture program, sat down with The Eye to talk about the design of buildings on campus — and how we can shape its future.
While working in Los Angeles for 10 years as a professional dancer, Jason Pettigrew, GS '16, toured with Miley Cyrus and made appearances in a number of films and television shows, like "Blades of Glory."Read more
This week in The Eye, Megan Cunnane discussed reasons behind the dwindling number of Jewish delis in New York City. Among the surviving handful is Liebman's in the Bronx. In the following video, The Eye makes the schlep to speak to manager Art Rabn about his take on the demise of the Kosher deli business. ...Read more
On Thursday, March 28, members and friends of the Eye, Quarto, and FemSex convened in the snug interior of the Intercultural Resource Center for an open mic focused on sex-positivity. Students came armed with poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, and more, and fired away for a warm night of communal dialogue and entertainment.
The Eye brings you the following video,...Read more
Snow or shine, the show must go on.
From Feb. 7 to Feb. 10, women filmmakers from around the city trudged through a Nemo-induced snowfall to Barnard College to take part in the Athena Film Festival. The Eye went behind the scenes to hear some of what these women had to say to fledgling female film artists, looking to make...Read more
For young women, the current cultural climate poses a constant threat to health. Every day brings with it a torrent of images of thinness - on television and billboards, in magazines and movies. Social media websites (often dubbed as “pro-ana” forums) in particular advocate dangerous means of losing weight, often triggering eating disorders in female viewers.
To find...Read more
For Magda Sawon, co-owner of Postmasters Gallery in Chelsea, Hurricane Sandy produced one of the rarest and most overwhelming of vignettes.
Sawon watched as water filled her gallery basement to the brim, then reversed, barely sparing the works of art on the ground floor from the barrage of water that devastated galleries throughout the area.
Having trouble imagining it for...Read more