Category Archives: Barnard Women Changing The World

Barnard Sophomore Published in NY Times

I spend a lot of time worrying about the end of the world. Between the crazy hurricanes, The Walking Dead, and my mother’s paranoia about a nuclear Iran, it seems like the apocalypse, in one form or another, is just around … Continue reading

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Classmate With A Cool Job: Samantha Rebovich

For us urban dwellers, the idea of working with our hands, digging in the dirt, and looking for pieces of ancient history can sound like either a dream come true or a total nightmare. For Samantha Rebovich, it’s just a … Continue reading

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Women Helping Women: A Very Barnard Tale

A story about two student volunteers founding an organization that has helped more than seven hundred women get abortions they couldn’t afford? Now that’s Barnard. In 2001,  Barnard students Irene Xanthoudakis (try saying that one three times fast, or once slowly … Continue reading

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Spotlight On Classmate Ora Warmflash, Co-Founder Of tABLE health

I have many fond memories of eating during my freshman year at Barnard: tuna melts in MacIntosh, group trips to Ollie’s for dinner, and of course, using all of my laundry quarters at the vending machines at midnight. All of … Continue reading

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