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Barnard College announced its campus pandemic safety protocols in an email yesterday, in anticipation of the Fall 2021 semester.

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Dean Grinage announced new Fall 2021 on-campus policies, including COVID protocols, an orientation for all new and returning students, and move-in details for all classes.

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Barnard College announced new developments in its climate action plans earlier this afternoon, building on its 2019 Climate Action goals for 360-degree climate action.

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On January 26, Barnard College announced its new partnership with QuestBridge, a national nonprofit organization dedicated to providing high-ranking, low-income high school students the ability to attend prestigious universities without any financial burden.

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I love Parks and Recreation. I love Barnard. It seems only fitting to find ways to relate my favorite show to the place I now call home.

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Barnard President Sian Beilock released a statement outlining Barnard’s ongoing mission addressing inequality and racism at the school.

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Barnard students who recently returned from China are facing a self-isolation that seems to be less than voluntary. Bwoggers Owen Fitzgerald-Diaz, Vivian Zhou, and Jess Hu contributed to this article.

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The Barnard Academic Award recipients were announced on Tuesday, April 24th. Over 175 students were awarded this year from a number of disciplines. The recipients are as follows: Abigail Feinberg: Faculty Recognition Prize for Distinguished Achievement in Psychology Abigail Kempf: B.G. Segal Intern Fund Aining Ma: CJC Grant Alana Taub: Foundations of Neuroscience Prize for […]

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After a seven-month search, Barnard has a new president. Sian Leah Beilock, a former professor of Psychology and Executive Vice Provost at University of Chicago who focused on women’s success in STEM fields and performance under pressure in sports, will serve as Barnard’s eighth President beginning this fall. Beilock has won numerous accolades, including the 2017 Troland […]

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A majority vote has granted Barnard Contingent Faculty Union power to declare a strike. This news comes after a long contract negotiation process between the college and BCF-UAW, as the parties have struggled to settle details like fair wage and benefits. While Barnard would like for operations to continue as usual, a strike could mean cancelled exams for […]

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Barnard President Depora Spar has just announced via email that she will be stepping down from her position on March 5, 2017 in order to become President and CEO of Lincoln Center. The email says that there will be an interim president announced shortly. The chair of Barnard’s Board of Trustees will also be putting […]

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Dean Hinkson sent another email this evening (this has been a busy night) detailing the new dining options available to Barnard students. The email states that many of the changes were spurred by discussions of food insecurity on campus. Among these changes, Hewitt Dining Hall will now be open for brunch and dinner over Fall […]

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This evening, Dean Hinkson sent an email informing Barnard students of a change to the college’s Pass/D/Fail policy. The new policy states that students who choose to P/D/F a class can now uncover their grade up until the program filing deadline of the following semester. Previously, Barnard students were unable to uncover grades after they […]

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In another event regarding the identity of Barnard, a panel organized by Sulz and Hewitt RAs discusses the relevance of women’s colleges today. Staff writer Nikki Shaner-Bradford reports on what reasons, exactly, there are for Barnard to continue to exist—if there are any reasons at all. One facet of going to Barnard is the prevalent feeling that Barnard […]

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