The creator of the nonprofit Exhale to Inhale, Zoë LePage ’13 provides trauma-informed yoga to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.
They’re scholars and teachers and alumnae — Barnard women whose passion for a life of intellectual highs and meaningful work drives their every day.
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Recruited by Columbia’s track and field team, economics major and star athlete Grace Shadid ’16 went on to earn an M.S. from Columbia.
Store manager for New York’s famed Russ & Daughters, Johanna Shipman ’00 delights in working at the “Louvre of Lox.”
A living legend in the world of dance, Twyla Tharp ’63 is an acclaimed dancer and choreographer and has taught as a Barnard Guest Artist.
The former New York Times obituary writer Margalit Fox ’83 transformed the genre into an art form.
French and Africana studies professor Kaiama Glover’s writing explores the myth of the zombie figure and the experience of disenfranchisement in postcolonial Haiti.