This workshop, hosted for many years at Barnard College Center for Research on Women, welcomes Barnard Alum and extended community. 
Join fellow alumnae for one of two in-person town halls with Sian Leah Beilock, Barnard College’s 8th president.
Join Barnard alumnae, parents and friends for a reception with Barnard's 8th president, Sian Leah Beilock.
Join fellow alumnae for a conversation at Ogilvy New York about the twists, turns, and choices we face in our career paths. Hear from a panel of alumnae who took the road less traveled to find their dream jobs.
The Harvard Club of Virginia invites all Ivy League and Seven Sisters alums and their guests to a festive kick off for the Holiday Season at the Mermaid Winery in Norfolk's hip Ghent District!
Join Barnard alumnae, parents and friends for a reception with Barnard's 8th president, Sian Leah Beilock.
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From The Stacks
A student designed exhibit in the LeFrak Center features quotes from the writings of Barnard alumnae including Grace Lee Boggs ’35, June Jordan ’55, Sigrid Nunez ’72, Jhumpa Lahiri ’89, and more!
The Fall Magazine is Live!
Profiles about Marilyn Sanders Mobley ’74, Lani Santo ’02, and Dasha Amsterdam Epstein ’55, an introduction to the Class of 2021, a story about Barnard's Empirical Reasoning Center, and more!
Barnard Bonds: Merri Rosenberg ’78
Vice President of the AABC discusses her career as a writer, goals she has for the vice presidency, and how Barnard continues to fuel her sense of fearlessness.
Barnard Alumnae Trivia!
Put your Barnard knowledge to the test in this new monthly game that will feature an array of notable graduates. Correct answers give you the chance to win a piece of Barnard swag!
Latest Campus News
Barnard professors help revolutionize the Economics curriculum, announcements regarding Title IX and immigration policy, and Professor José Moya (pictured) examines historical concepts of immigration and "whiteness" in America.
Barnard Bonds: Alyss Vavricka ’12
Chair of the Young Alumnae Committee discusses her goals for engaging young alumnae, learning from her mistakes, and why her mother was right about the power of Seven Sisters colleges.