Un mosaico de boinas amarillas, rojas y verdes salpicaron el césped en frente del centro Diana el miércoles, cuando la facultad, almunas y ex-alumnas de Barnard, usando boinas de colores que correspondieron a sus años escolares, se reunieron para inaugurar el centro estudiantil nuevo.
Outside, Barnard members celebrated the Diana Center’s opening with ribbon—cutting and speeches. Inside, they celebrated with a panel discussion.
Columbia’s MEALAC, is proposing to change its name to the department of Middle East, South Asian, and African Studies. MEALAC, the department hopes, will soon become MESAAS.
A mosaic of yellow, blue, red, and green berets dotted the lawn in front of the Diana Center Wednesday, as Barnard faculty, alumni, and students, donning hats that corresponded to their class year, assembled to inaugurate the opening of the new student center.
After a security breach on campus compromised the personal information of 1,400 University affiliates, students and identity theft experts are questioning the administration’s handling of the break-in.
Barnard has surpassed its goal of internationalizing its student body, as more students than ever are participating in its Visiting International Students Program.
Friends and family remember GS senior Michael Sinnott for his humor and dedication.
Barnard's environmental science department envisions one floor for all of its courses as well as the creation of two new office spaces.
Barnard is working to raise funds to renovate its biological science department.
Reactions to the defeated same-sex marriage bill, on campus and off
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