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For the last meeting of the semester, SGA talked with the finance department at Barnard.

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SGA’s president Emily Ndiokho (BC ’22) as well as the rest of Barnard’s Student Government Association is a fantastic example of the kind, bold, and ingenious students that make up Barnard’s population. 

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In an email to Barnard students on Monday evening, the SGA Elections Commission announced the new slate of SGA representatives and class officers.

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On April 19, Barnard announced that the celebrated author and alumna will be joining the faculty as Director of Creative Writing.

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This morning, President Bollinger announced the next phase of Columbia’s expansion plan, effective immediately, which outlines Columbia’s immediate absorption under Barnard into a new parent university.

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Today marked the end of the Barnard group housing lottery. Now it’s every man for himself…

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SGA takes on the CEP and learns all about the ways they help Barnard students feel safe! 

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The Barnard Zine Library hosted a workshop Friday, exploring themes of health, science, gender, and sexuality in zines. 

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Emmy Award-winning poet Suzen Baraka shares creative wisdom and facilitates a space for sharing and reflection in the latest installment of Barnard’s MeMoSa series.

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Have you ever looked at your First Year Writing syllabus and thought, “I wonder which one of these girlbosses is most like me?” You finally have an answer! Below, you’ll (hopefully) find the vibe you emit via the course readings that have your favorite professors in a chokehold.

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This week, SGA members learned about the food pantry’s creation and the steps we can take to help! 

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On Tuesday morning, Barnard announced that Emma Wolfe, a leader in NYC government, is joining the Barnard administration to help coordinate the school’s work with the greater New York City community.

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