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On Friday afternoon, members of Barnard’s newly-formed Resident Assistants Union (OPEIU Local 153) rallied outside Barnard Hall to highlight unfair working conditions and demand voluntary recognition.

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Barnard College President Sian Leah Beilock has announced she will leave the college at the end of the 2022–2023 academic year to assume the role of President of Dartmouth College.

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A definitive rating of the steminist laptop stickers of the Barnard Year of Science.

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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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We’ve convocated, and we’ve welcomed and now we’re officially inaugurating Barnard’s new president, Sian Beilock. The ceremony will take place tomorrow, February 9, at 2 pm at Riverside Church, with the doors opening at 1:115 pm. (Walk-ins are welcome, or you can RSVP here.) This marks the official conferring of the presidency and will feature […]

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A new school year means new classes, new housing, and, for Barnard students, a new President. While our official interview took place over email, EIC Amara Banks and Managing Editor Betsy Ladyzhets (both BC ’19) got a chance to sit down with Sian Beilock (pronounced “see-on by-lock”) for a few minutes today to chat. She […]

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This afternoon, Barnard students, faculty, and other community members received a welcome email from the college’s eighth president, Sian Leah Beilock. Beilock expressed her enthusiasm at jumping into her new role, noting that “settling in slowly is not an option at Barnard.” She spoke highly of the college’s students, faculty, location, and alumnae, extolling Barnard’s “unique […]

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