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Barnard Celebrates 125th Anniversary With Founders Day

In celebrating Barnard’s 125 Anniversary with Founder’s Day, the college has just revealed a new sign at the corner of Broadway and 116th. Today only from 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM, Barnard is opening its doors to the public to celebrate its history and legacy in women’s education. According to Barnard’s press release, the following free activities […]

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Free Food at Barnard Founders Day

Hey guys, free food from 11-2 today at Barnard! Via the McIntosh Activities Council (McAC): Founders Day! Date: Tuesday, October 15th Time: 11am-2pm Location: Lehman Lawn Come and celebrate the founding of Barnard College! Our college has been full of strong, beautiful Barnard students for 124 years now! Stop by and munch on some BBQ […]

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It’s Founder’s Day!

Rejoice, all! Today is Founder’s Day at Barnard. That means all sorts of exciting things. Exhibit A: there are t-shirts for sale that read “a lot has happened in 121 years…what will happen next?” Exhibit B: The BBQ has been moved indoors, so Hewitt is loud and smokey and more fun than usual. Photos by […]

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