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Hannah Goldstein watched 2010 graduate and saw Meryl Streep. Delights! How do you make students forget about a change in Class Day location and the threat of cooties? Distract them! The Barnard class of 2010’s new claim to bragging rights seems to have done the trick, and all senior faces were happy faces on this […]

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By now, she’s more a symbol of BC than DSpar herself…or the Vag, for that matter. Barnard, meet your new Chair of the Board, Jolyne Caruso-FitzGerald (phew!), BC’81. Email from DSpar follows: Dear Members of the Barnard Community, This afternoon the Barnard College Board of Trustees elected Jolyne Caruso-FitzGerald ’81 as the incoming Chair of […]

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