Multicultural Programs

A number of events are held throughout the year to celebrate the diversity of Barnard alumnae. These events foster a connection between students and alumnae that transcends age, era and experience.


Alumnae Multicultural Programs

Barnard is dedicated to celebrating the diversity of all of our alumnae. In Alumnae Affairs we keep alumnae in touch with each other and the college through a series of services and events, recognizing shared identity and Barnard experiences.


Alumnae Affinity Groups

Asian Columbia Alumni/ae Association

This membership organization was established in 1995 to bring together Asian alumni/ae and students from the entire Columbia community. Connect with other Asian American Alumnae by joining the Barnard Alumnae Network Asian American Alliance Alumnae group.

Latino Alumni Association of Columbia University (LAACU)

Established in 2000, LAACU promotes and facilitates the interest and activities of Latino Alumni. The organization works to help identify Latino alumni/ae leaders to serve as mentors to foster the professional development of students. For more information please visit the LAACU website or contact LAACU at: laacu@columbia.edu.


Student Affinity Groups

BOSS: Barnard Organization of Soul Sisters

The Barnard Organization of Soul Sisters (BOSS) was founded in 1968 as a student organization dedicated to celebrating black womanhood, highlighting important issues in the Afro-American community at Barnard and Columbia, and fostering fellowship in the form of sisterhood among women of color. Connect with other BOSS Alumnae by joining the Barnard Alumnae Network BOSS Alumnae group.

Mujeres

Mujeres provides an organization of cultural support for Latina Women at Barnard College, Columbia University. We promote awareness and pride in the diverse Latina culture and heritage. We encourage Latina leadership at Columbia University. We hold weekly general body meetings and sponsor a minimum of four events each semester. Contact: mujeres@barnard.edu Connect with other Latina Alumnae by joining the Barnard Alumnae Network Mujeres Alumnae group.

Q

Q promotes the visibility of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, queer, questioning, two spirit, genderqueer, pansexual, omnisexual, and allied women at Barnard and Columbia. Contact: clubQ@barnard.edu

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Athena Power Talk Featuring Jimmie Briggs
The Athena Center for Leadership Studies welcomes Jimmie Briggs, award winning journalist, educator, lecturer and social entrepreneur to their Power Talk series.

Thursday, April 24, 2014

WASHINGTON DC: Barnard@Work with Prof. Kimberly Marten
Our popular lecture series is back for a new semester! Join us for Barnard@Work: lectures by distinguished Barnard faculty members, followed by refreshments and conversation.

  
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