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Reconciling Safety & Stigma: Looking Deeper at Morningside Park & Harlem
I never got a chance to tour Barnard prior to submitting my application, but I distinctly remember exploring Morningside Heights via Google Maps to compensate. From a bird’s-eye view, everything seemed idyllic: a cozy campus next to Columbia’s Low Steps, a Shake Shack and Sweetgreen nearly adjacent to each other, and not one, not two, … Continue reading “Reconciling Safety & Stigma: Looking Deeper at Morningside Park & Harlem”
Advice for Baby Bears
Welcome Class of 2027!
Barnard Students Speak to Donald Trump’s Indictment
On April 4th, 2023, after years of public speculation of a possible arrest, the New York Grand Jury charged the former president Donald Trump with 34 felony counts related to the alleged hush money he paid adult film star Stormy Daniels in 2016. “Finding out about former President Trump’s involvement with Stormy Daniels didn’t shock … Continue reading “Barnard Students Speak to Donald Trump’s Indictment”
Rat Maze Reborn: Reimagining Penn Station
There are signs that a twenty-first century gateway to New York City is closer than ever.
Columbia’s GenderFuck and the Queer Need for Gathering
GenderFuck: a trans, queer, body-positive underwear party, embracing all gender identities and expressions.
A Look at the First Twenty Years of the Barnard Bulletin
What better time than this to think about the past and the Bulletin’s history?
Humble Boy: The Deconstructed Home
On March 30th, 2023, Columbia University Players (CUP) opened Humble Boy, a play about grief, familial relationships, astrophysics, and bees. Humble Boy follows Felix Humble (Reese Alexander BC ‘25), a Cambridge astrophysicist who finds himself back at his childhood home due to the untimely death of his father, horticulturist James Humble. The strained relationship between … Continue reading “Humble Boy: The Deconstructed Home”
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