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The Forward
How Women Are Leading the Forward Into an Ambitious Digital Eraand raised in the Bronx — she’s the first American-born editor since the Yiddis
How Women Are Leading the Forward Into an Ambitious Digital Era
The Forward / Posted 12 hours ago
and raised in the Bronx — she’s the first American-born editor since the Yiddish publication began in 1897. A graduate of Barnard College, she grew up immersed in Yiddish language and culture, and came to journalism unexpectedly, when Sandler... Read more
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Cape Coral Daily Breeze
Business Briefsof knowledge and experience in the global art world, according to center offici
Business Briefs
Cape Coral Daily Breeze / Posted 15 hours ago
of knowledge and experience in the global art world, according to center officials. White's full academic scholarship to Barnard College at Columbia University included mentors Milton Resnick, Marshall Glasier and Cynthia Mailman. She has... Read more
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The News & Observer
A crucial second note heard in soundtrack of chaotic cosmosmusic. “These events – especially the first one – are the most powerful ones w
A crucial second note heard in soundtrack of chaotic cosmos
The News & Observer / Posted 5 days ago
music. “These events – especially the first one – are the most powerful ones we have detected since the Big Bang,” said Barnard College physicist Janna Levin, author of “Black Hole Blues And Other Songs From Outer Space.” Right hearing... Read more
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Great Bend Tribune
The fallout from infidelity: Do voters still care about a candidate's moral character?issues, their record in office and their family life, said Michael Miller, an a
The fallout from infidelity: Do voters still care about a candidate's moral character?
Great Bend Tribune / Posted 5 days ago
issues, their record in office and their family life, said Michael Miller, an assistant professor of political science at Barnard College. "They combine a personal assessment — what's my view of this politician as a person? — with a professional... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Gluten-free? Not for allare wheat-sensitive, without medical confirmation, are probably not. Peter H.R
Gluten-free? Not for all
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 5 days ago
are wheat-sensitive, without medical confirmation, are probably not. Peter H.R. Green is director of the Celiac Disease Center at Columbia University. Rory Jones is adjunct professor of Narrative Medicine at Barnard College. Editorial on 06/19/... Read more
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Deseret News
Many Americans don�t like marital infidelity, but don�t seem to care if their president doesissues, their record in office and their family life, said Michael Miller, an a
Many Americans don�t like marital infidelity, but don�t seem to care if their president does
Deseret News / Posted 7 days ago
issues, their record in office and their family life, said Michael Miller, an assistant professor of political science at Barnard College. "They combine a personal assessment — what's my view of this politician as a person? — with a professional... Read more
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Newsmax
Gravitational Waves of Black Holes Crash Detected for Second Time Evermusic. "These events - especially the first one - are the most powerful ones w
Gravitational Waves of Black Holes Crash Detected for Second Time Ever
Newsmax / Posted 7 days ago
music. "These events - especially the first one - are the most powerful ones we have detected since the Big Bang," said Barnard College physicist Janna Levin, author of "Black Hole Blues And Other Songs From Outer Space." Scientists first heard... Read more
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The Mercury News
A crucial second note heard in soundtrack of chaotic cosmosjazz. "These events -- especially the first one -- are the most powerful ones
A crucial second note heard in soundtrack of chaotic cosmos
The Mercury News / Posted 8 days ago
jazz. "These events -- especially the first one -- are the most powerful ones we have detected since the Big Bang," said Barnard College physicist Janna Levin, author of "Black Hole Blues And Other Songs From Outer Space." Scientists first heard... Read more
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Jefferson City News Tribune
Crucial second note heard in soundtrack of chaotic cosmosmusic. "These events — especially the first one — are the most powerful ones w
Crucial second note heard in soundtrack of chaotic cosmos
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted 8 days ago
music. "These events — especially the first one — are the most powerful ones we have detected since the Big Bang," said Barnard College physicist Janna Levin, author of "Black Hole Blues And Other Songs From Outer Space." Scientists first heard... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Scientists have detected gravitational waves for a second time from black hole collisionmusic. "These events -- especially the first one -- are the most powerful ones
Scientists have detected gravitational waves for a second time from black hole collision
Calgary Sun / Posted 9 days ago
music. "These events -- especially the first one -- are the most powerful ones we have detected since the Big Bang," said Barnard College physicist Janna Levin, author of "Black Hole Blues And Other Songs From Outer Space." Scientists first heard... Read more
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KAIT Jonesboro
A crucial second note heard in soundtrack of chaotic cosmosmusic. "These events - especially the first one - are the most powerful ones w
A crucial second note heard in soundtrack of chaotic cosmos
KAIT Jonesboro / Posted 9 days ago
music. "These events - especially the first one - are the most powerful ones we have detected since the Big Bang," said Barnard College physicist Janna Levin, author of "Black Hole Blues And Other Songs From Outer Space." Scientists first heard... Read more
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CBS News
Einstein's encore: Scientists detect 2nd gravitational waveReuters "These events - especially the first one - are the most powerful ones
Einstein's encore: Scientists detect 2nd gravitational wave
CBS News / Posted 9 days ago
Reuters "These events - especially the first one - are the most powerful ones we have detected since the Big Bang," said Barnard College physicist Janna Levin, author of "Black Hole Blues And Other Songs From Outer Space." Scientists first heard... Read more
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Salon.com
A crucial second note heard in soundtrack of chaotic cosmosmusic. “These events — especially the first one — are the most powerful ones w
A crucial second note heard in soundtrack of chaotic cosmos
Salon.com / Posted 9 days ago
music. “These events — especially the first one — are the most powerful ones we have detected since the Big Bang,” said Barnard College physicist Janna Levin, author of “Black Hole Blues And Other Songs From Outer Space.” Scientists first heard... Read more
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KX TV North Dakota
A crucial second note heard in soundtrack of chaotic cosmosmusic. "These events - especially the first one - are the most powerful ones w
A crucial second note heard in soundtrack of chaotic cosmos
KX TV North Dakota / Posted 9 days ago
music. "These events - especially the first one - are the most powerful ones we have detected since the Big Bang," said Barnard College physicist Janna Levin, author of "Black Hole Blues And Other Songs From Outer Space." Scientists first heard... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Scientists reveal second detection of gravitational waves that Einstein predictedMilky Way once every few hundred millions of years or so, but by looking at so
Scientists reveal second detection of gravitational waves that Einstein predicted
Baltimore Sun / Posted 9 days ago
Milky Way once every few hundred millions of years or so, but by looking at so many other galaxies, we can hear more, said Barnard College physicist Janna Levin, author of "Black Hole Blues And Other Songs From Outer Space." Levin wasn't part of... Read more
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KIII Corpus Christi
A crucial second note heard in soundtrack of chaotic cosmosmusic. "These events - especially the first one - are the most powerful ones w
A crucial second note heard in soundtrack of chaotic cosmos
KIII Corpus Christi / Posted 9 days ago
music. "These events - especially the first one - are the most powerful ones we have detected since the Big Bang," said Barnard College physicist Janna Levin, author of "Black Hole Blues And Other Songs From Outer Space." Scientists first heard... Read more
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CTV News
Second gravitational wave detected from massive black holesevents -- especially the first one -- are the most powerful ones we have detect
Second gravitational wave detected from massive black holes
CTV News / Posted 9 days ago
events -- especially the first one -- are the most powerful ones we have detected since the Big Bang," said Barnard College physicist Janna Levin, author of "Black Hole Blues And Other Songs From Outer Space." Scientists first heard... Read more
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The Seattle Times
A crucial second note heard in soundtrack of chaotic cosmosuniverse. “These events — especially the first one — are the most powerful one
A crucial second note heard in soundtrack of chaotic cosmos
The Seattle Times / Posted 9 days ago
universe. “These events — especially the first one — are the most powerful ones we have detected since the Big Bang,” said Barnard College physicist Janna Levin, author of “Black Hole Blues And Other Songs From Outer Space.” Scientists first heard... Read more
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Athens Banner-Herald
Green and Jones: Go ahead, eat glutenoffice, not in it. Peter H.R. Green is the director of the Celiac Disease Cent
Green and Jones: Go ahead, eat gluten
Athens Banner-Herald / Posted 10 days ago
office, not in it. Peter H.R. Green is the director of the Celiac Disease Center at Columbia University. Rory Jones is adjunct professor of Narrative Medicine at Barnard College. They are authors of “Gluten Exposed: The Science Behind th... Read more
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Staten Island Advance
Snug is saved? City allocates $400K for continued operating expensesbeen replaced. This month, the center's artistic director Gabri Christa announc
Snug is saved? City allocates $400K for continued operating expenses
Staten Island Advance / Posted 10 days ago
been replaced. This month, the center's artistic director Gabri Christa announced she would be leaving her role to teach at Barnard College, but will still provide some curatorial services after she departs. She has curated events for about another... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Malia Obama will take a gap year, then attend Harvard in 2017Harvard, Princeton, the University of Pennsylvania and Yale. She also paid stop
Malia Obama will take a gap year, then attend Harvard in 2017
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 14 days ago
Harvard, Princeton, the University of Pennsylvania and Yale. She also paid stops to New York University, Tufts University, Barnard College and Wesleyan University. Born in Chicago on July 4, 1998, Malia Obama attended the private University of... Read more
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Colorado Springs Independent
Springs zinesters keep it analog in the digital ageinto zines about a decade ago when fellow librarian Lisa Lister came back ravin
Springs zinesters keep it analog in the digital age
Colorado Springs Independent / Posted 16 days ago
into zines about a decade ago when fellow librarian Lisa Lister came back raving from a feminist zine conference at Barnard College in New York City. That's when the Colorado College Zine Collection was established, striving to collect any... Read more
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ABC News
Epicurean Delights in the Pet Food Aislehave 300 million scent receptors, cats a still impressive 80 million. Alexandr
Epicurean Delights in the Pet Food Aisle
ABC News / Posted 17 days ago
have 300 million scent receptors, cats a still impressive 80 million. Alexandra Horowitz, a canine cognitive researcher at Barnard College and author of "Inside of a Dog: What Dogs See, Smell and Know" (Scribner, 2010), writes that we know when... Read more
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Mashable
Want a taste of a Donald Trump presidency? Ask the media.when good news doesn't get the same kind of ratings as bad news anymore," Obama
Want a taste of a Donald Trump presidency? Ask the media.
Mashable / Posted 23 days ago
when good news doesn't get the same kind of ratings as bad news anymore," Obama said during a 2012 commencement speech at Barnard College. It's far from the only time he's made similar accusations. The similarities end right about there. Had... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Scarsdale
Scarsdale Library Workshop Focuses On Handling Child's Stressworkshops and trained hundreds of teachers, administrators and healthcare profe
Scarsdale Library Workshop Focuses On Handling Child's Stress
The Daily Voice - Scarsdale / Posted 29 days ago
workshops and trained hundreds of teachers, administrators and healthcare professionals. Baruch-Feldman is a graduate of Barnard College and received her doctorate in clinical-child psychology and a school psychology certificate from St. John’s... Read more
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ABC News
Rande Gerber and Cindy Crawford Share a Gazein a Little Blue Dress Actress and honoree Jodie Foster attends the opening ni
Rande Gerber and Cindy Crawford Share a Gaze
ABC News / Posted 1 months ago
in a Little Blue Dress Actress and honoree Jodie Foster attends the opening night of the 2015 Athena Film Festival at Barnard College, Feb. 5, 2015, in New York. Michael Loccisano/Getty Images Julianne Moore Steps Out in a Little Black... Read more
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Raw Story
Looming Supreme Court abortion ruling could be ‘dangerous,’ says top attorneyagreements to admit patients to local hospitals. Kolbert, who heads the Athena
Looming Supreme Court abortion ruling could be ‘dangerous,’ says top attorney
Raw Story / Posted 1 months ago
agreements to admit patients to local hospitals. Kolbert, who heads the Athena Center for Leadership Studies at New York’s Barnard College, talked with the Thomson Reuters Foundation about the Supreme Court and abortion rights. She co-founded the... Read more
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The Irish Times
Heart of a Dog review: Laurie Anderson makes the experimental delicious68, Anderson has, over the past 40 years, exerted a singular influence on the c
Heart of a Dog review: Laurie Anderson makes the experimental delicious
The Irish Times / Posted 1 months ago
68, Anderson has, over the past 40 years, exerted a singular influence on the culture. In the 1970s, after graduating from Barnard College, she became a pioneer in New York’s austere performance art world. There was a great deal of obscure work in... Read more

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