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a university in New York City

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As such, the charts accompanying this article that detail the Barnard College productions are not an accurate indicator of the physical materials we may have saved from a landfill.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Alan Segal Research Fellowship Fund, Department of Religion, Barnard College, 3009 Broadway, New York, NY 10027 or to the CLL Research Program, c/o Kanti Rai, MD, North Shore LIJ Medical Center, 410 Lakeville Rd.
Debora Spar, President of Barnard College, said she sees the role of women in the Arab world as an evolving one.
Aa That is why it is appropriate and important that Barnard College has brought its global symposium to the UAE and I am delighted to take part," Sheikha Lubna expressed.
Barnard College has selected Meru Networks to provide student residence halls on its New York City campus with high-speed IEEE 802.
Meru Networks (Meru), a provider of wireless infrastructure solutions, has been selected by Barnard College to provide high-speed IEEE 802.
Brent Walker, executive director of the Baptist Joint Committee for Religious Liberty; Randall Balmer, professor of American religious history at Barnard College, Columbia University; the Rev.
After graduating from Barnard College, Mallory began producing her mother's public television shows starring Lamb Chop and friends Hush Puppy and Charlie Horse.
Emotionally devastated, Ushman finds solace in a tender relationship with a Barnard College student from the South, named Stella.
MARTHA PETERSON, 90, the former president of Barnard College in New York City and Beloit College in Wisconsin, of complications from Alzheimer's disease, at her home in Madison, Wis.
A team of scientists from Barnard College and City College of New York launched the two-day effort, using ground-penetrating radar to probe a site that once covered two blocks and was home to 260 people.
Saskia Hamilton is an established and published poet who teaches at Barnard College and resides in New York.
While we are familiar with Zora the novelist, essayist, playwright and anthropologist, A Life in Letters introduces us to Zora the filmmaker; Zora the Barnard College undergrad and Columbia University student; Zora the two-time Guggenheim fellow; Zora the chicken specialist; Zora the thrice-married wife; and Zora the political pundit.
I got a call from a professor friend of mine who was at Barnard College telling me legislation was going through Congress to allow women to enlist, and would I be interested,'' Borsten said.