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Barnard is mailing its acceptance letters for early decision applicants this week, and reports record numbers of applicants for the third year in a row. Congratulations to the Class of 2017, who now await their decision by snail-mail only. Believe it or not, future first-years, that part might be easier than using eBear. Statement from […]

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Update, 2 pm: Columbia has also canceled classes tomorrow. Five day weekend! In light of the continued effects of Hurricane Sandy, the University is cancelling classes and events at all campuses on Tuesday (10/30/2012). Barnard recently (as of 12:30 this afternoon) updated its homepage, appropriately subtly given the occasion, to announce that, along with NYU, […]

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