#Barnard College

Trinity College’s Davarian Baldwin Named Prestigious Freedom Scholar

Ever since he came to Trinity College in 2009, Davarian L. Baldwin, Paul E. Raether Distinguished Professor of American Studies, has seen the value of Trinity’s location in a major city. “It’s about getting students out beyond the campus walls… doing work, talking to people, asking questions, and listening…...
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30 Colleges With Ambitious Post-Pandemic Plans: These American Colleges Have Strong Strategies For Taking Advantage Of The End Of Coronavirus

The coronavirus pandemic is receding. Even the chief of The World Health Organization has acknowledged that the end of the pandemic is in sight. With the pandemic’s official endpoint on the horizon, many institutions are currently seizing opportunities that have been restricted since 2020. Some colleges have created strong plans to take advantage of post-pandemic opportunities and are already initiating these strategies. The 30 colleges ahead are some of the strongest examples.
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Emily Evelyn Chase: Everything You Should Know About Chevy Chase’s Daughter

The youngest child of Chevy Chase and his third wife Jayni Chase is Emily Evelyn Chase. She works as the Senior Manager at the National Audubon Society, unlike her father who is in the entertainment industry. When it comes to his father, is a popular actor and comedian. He has...

Boycott Takes Maintain as New College Adjunct Strike Continues

The strike launched November 16 by adjunct school at New York’s New College and on the Parsons College of Design, which it encompasses, has entered its third week, with strikers and their supporters stepping up their efforts, and fogeys threatening to sue the varsity for “services not rendered.” As well as, quite a lot of artists, educators, and others who’ve given lectures or performances on the faculties in an open letter of December 2 introduced a boycott motion.

Zoe Beckenstein- From Plant to Barnard

Zoe Beckenstein, a PHS’ 22 graduate, is a current student at Barnard College, with an economics major and a minor in art history. Studying at a rigorous and selective school in the heart of New York is an accomplishment worth noting, but with the rigorous and involved schedule Beckenstein maintained while at Plant, the acceptance letter was merely a surprise. In this interview, Beckenstein shared her most memorable moments at Barnard, tips for future applicants, as well as throwbacks to her high school years at Plant.

FAME board elects officers for 2022-2023

At their annual meeting on Nov. 17, members of the Finance Authority of Maine elected new officers for 2022-2023. This year’s officers, whose terms will run from November 2022 through November 2023, are:. Chair: Richard L. Trafton, a resident of Brunswick, is a partner with the law firm of...

What is Laurie Anderson Net Worth 2022: Overview, Interview

Laurie Anderson is an American avant-garde artist, composer, musician and film director whose work spans performance art, pop music, and multimedia projects. She became widely known outside the art world in 1981 when her single “O Superman” reached number two on the UK pop charts. She has invented several devices that she has used in her recordings and performance art shows.

Star of MTV’s ‘Rich Girls’ Hits Showbiz Lawyer With Rape Suit

One of the stars of the MTV reality show Rich Girls has filed a federal lawsuit against an entertainment lawyer, claiming he raped her when she was a 19-year-old virgin.Jaime Gleicher, who is now a 37-year-old social worker, is using the one-year window created by the Adult Survivors Act to go after Roger Haber almost two decades after the incident.Haber denies the allegations.“Mr. Haber categorically denies the baseless allegations in the complaint and looks forward to the actual facts coming to light in the litigation,” his attorney, Carrie Cohen, told the New York Post, which first reported the lawsuit.The complaint...

Jeffrey Friedman, RIP

The distinguished political theorist Jeffrey Friedman handed away out of the blue on December 2, on the far-too-early age of 63. Jeff was best-known for his work on democracy, political information, and libertarianism, and for his position because the editor of Important Evaluate, the extremely profitable interdisciplinary tutorial journal he based in 1987, and edited from then till his dying. Jeff additionally taught at a number of universities across the nation, together with Barnard, Boston College, Dartmouth, the College of Texas, and Harvard (the place, on the time of his passing, he was a visiting scholar on the Committee on Social Research).

Cynthia Spencer Davis: A Woman Who Defined Modern Astrology

From determining your personality to predicting the future, astrology is still widely used today. But who was Cynthia Spencer Davis, and why is she considered one of the most influential modern astrologers? In this article, we will explore Davis’s life and work, highlighting her contributions to astrology and how they have influenced modern day practitioners. By learning about Davis, you’ll have a better understanding of the art and science of astrology.

North County School News, Dec. 4: Holiday concerts at Palomar College, Valley Center HS; MiraCosta ‘Mending’

Feeding San Diego, a hunger relief and food rescue organization, was recently named a recipient of a $100,000 grant from The Conrad Prebys Foundation for its 2022 summer grant cycle. The funds will support the nonprofit’s School Pantry Program in providing free meals to families in need at local schools. The School Pantry Program operates countywide in partnership with 13 school districts where a high percentage of students come from low-income families and have a high incidence of health risk and low access to food assistance. For more on the program, visit

The Columbia Motto

In 1754, King’s College, which would later become Columbia University, was established by a royal charter issued by King George II of England. It is the fifth oldest educational establishment in the whole of the United States, as well as the oldest in the state of New York where it is located. Demonstrating the institution’s long and illustrious history as a place of higher education. The University has established itself as a leading research and educational institution over the course of several decades by living up to the Columbia motto, “In Lumine Tuo Videbimis Lumen.”