Betsy Ladyzhets, an undergraduate researcher at Black Rock Forest, walks through the basics of differentiating between common tree species in the forest. This article is adapted from a post on her research blog.
Stacker set out to trace the milestones, pitfalls and major events that define the economic legacy of the century, using data from the Federal Reserve, Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Census, and other sources.
Starting in the next academic year, Barnard is going to have a computer science department. Betsy Ladyzhets talked to Barnard’s Provost, as well as a professor and student involved in CS, to find out more on the impetus for creating this department, the process so far, and what it might look like in the future.
Betsy takes an in-depth look at a new housing selection system which caused an uproar among Barnard students in spring 2018.
Investigating the disappearance of the iconic Barnard Dad Hats, and waxing poetic on what they have meant to students.
It is a cold and terror-filled night. You sit in your dorm room, scrolling through Facebook and nursing a beer stolen from your roommate’s mini-fridge.
Barnard’s iconic magnolia tree passed away in summer 2016, but it lives on in two clones thanks to hard work of the Barnard Greenhouse staff.
The story of Emilia (from Shakespeare’s Othello.)
Columbia’s got a decent-sized campus, so one would think that finding rehearsal and performance space would be a fairly easy task for our many performing arts groups. Yet for many groups, it’s anything but easy.
Slices of bread were nailed to the bulletin boards in the Barnard first-year dorms.