THE BULLETIN

Barnard College's Monthly Magazine

Malala, the Taliban, and the Unseen Girls of Swat

           “It’s just because of the prayers of people. Because all people – men, women, children – all of them have prayed for me. And because … Continue reading

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Spring Cleaning

Rain, rain, go away… Spring may have sprung, but in the month of April it’s not always cheerful outdoors. While Barnard’s beloved, blooming Magnolia tree may catch your eye from … Continue reading

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Who’s Afraid of Feminism?

What do Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, and Carla Bruni have in common, aside from being celebrities with questionable talent? They all shy away from the word “feminist” and choose not … Continue reading

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Interview: Maddy Popkin & Mia Cooper

The Bulletin chose to spotlight Barnard’s new SGA President, Madelyn Popkin, and Vice-President, Mia Cooper. We are excited for the upcoming year to see what these candidates will accomplish and … Continue reading

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Artist Spotlight: Coasts

This week, your semi-competent but enthusiastic DJ from The Giggs is bringing the Bristol band, Coasts, across the big pond and into your aural cavities. Coasts ain’t your typical formulaic … Continue reading

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Should God Exist in the Secular Classroom?

In the United States, religion is untouchable. It is sacred and respected. It is tolerated and appreciated. But other countries in the world have proven to be less open-minded regarding … Continue reading

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Con: Death Penalty

       In an increasingly violent society that glorifies the use of lethal weapons and allows mass murders to occur with far too much regularity, the morality of the … Continue reading

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New York Botanical Gardens: “Wild: Medicine: Healing Plants Around the World”

There is nothing more relaxing after a hellish week of finals than taking a stroll on a sunny day through beautiful gardens filled with exquisite plants and flowers. The newest … Continue reading

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Art Fair

Put down your pens and highlighters, hop in the shower, and get ready to see the sun again. After a hard week of studying for upcoming finals, a break is … Continue reading

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Sequestration and Education

“Education is the civil rights issue of our generation” according to Arne Duncan, current Education Secretary. If current civil rights issues are decided by their surrounding levels of political ambivalence, … Continue reading

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Publicizing the PJs: A Revolution

Pajamas. The favorite of all the attires, that is, unless you choose to sleep in the nude. Fashion-forward people may claim otherwise, but I know that after a long day … Continue reading

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Women on Late Night

Flipping through the channels on your TV at 11:35pm becomes a counting game. Jay, David, Conan, Craig, Jimmy, Stephen…at least six men in demure suits seated behind desks, cracking jokes, … Continue reading

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