Barnard issued an announcement of the possible return of doxing trucks to campus on Wednesday, January 31.
On Thursday evening, students protested against the Institute for Israel and Jewish Studies event “The Debate over Anti-Zionism and Antisemitism: The Terms and the Stakes,” holding a “counter-class” outside of Barnard Hall.
The New York Civil Liberties Union has issued a letter to Barnard President Laura Rosenbury, alleging that College policies prohibiting political expression on departmental websites and requiring websites to be approved by the Office of the Provost violate academic freedom.
After months of negotiations with the College, the Barnard Resident Assistants Union has officially ratified its first contract.
On Wednesday at 1 pm, University faculty members gathered on Low Steps to protest the recent suspension of Students for Justice in Palestine and BC/CU Jewish Voice for Peace, and to demand the University affirm its commitment to free speech. Content warning: mentions of violence.
One day after “doxing trucks” appeared around campus, Barnard President Laura Rosenbury has announced a number of policy changes related to security, hate speech, and political discussion on campus.
The union hopes to settle a contract with the college that provides equitable compensation for all RAs, particularly those who receive financial aid.
Celebrated French author and new Nobel Prize recipient Annie Ernaux explored truth, shame, and her creative process in a highly anticipated discussion Wednesday at Barnard College.
After months of organizing, Barnard College Resident Assistants announced today that they have filed for union recognition with OPEIU Local 153, and demanded voluntary recognition from President Beilock.