On Tuesday, Barnard Builds announced the removal of an oak tree on the Barnard Campus and the removal of the tent on Futter Field.
The second-floor green chairs provide superior back support, a better view, and more isolation: no worrying if friends walking to class are going to see you eat that crumb you dropped on your shirt—and yet, I am an avid first floor enthusiast. Why, you ask? The whispering.
Graffiti as therapy for your Barnumbia midterm moods: if you’re feeling it, the squiggly face has already been through it.
On October 10, Barnard/Columbia archaeologists and members of the Picuris Pueblo came together to discuss archaeological research through the lens of collaboration with Native communities.