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On Monday night, members of the Barnard and Columbia community gathered to create an artistic farewell tribute to the well-loved (and well-worn) Lehman Library. While doodling on the walls, many students fondly recalled long nights spent in a stress-induced panic before a big assignment. Or just pretending to look studious while secretly texting under the […]

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At 6 pm this evening, Barnard College held a event doubly honoring the end of its 125th academic year and revealing the design plans for the new library, to be called the Teaching and Learning Center. Major construction is to begin Winter 2015 and some of Lehman’s offices and books are already starting their move […]

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Chief Operating Officer Gregory Brown joined us for Monday’s SGA meeting to brief us on Barnard’s endowment and plans to revamp Lehman (and by revamp I mean bulldoze and rebuild). Diana Center Bureau Chief Lauren Beltrone fills you in. After a speedy round of introductions and PGPs, COO Brown began the meeting by updating us […]

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At tonight’s SGA meeting, DSpar announced plans for a new library at Barnard. Providing the funding comes in, Lehman Library will be demolished and a new, 11-story library will be put in its place.  This comes as a follow-up to her presentation at Rep Council last semester in which she announced that the Board of […]

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The Morningside Post is SIPA’s “premier [only?] student-run news and opinion site.” Jay Pinho is TMN’s opinion editor. And two days ago, he sure had an opinion. He began: This past December, with final exams looming, many SIPA students descended into Lehman Library only to stumble upon the only thing even more frightening than the prospect […]

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