BC 12. Student Publications
Found in 39 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains the 2017 issue of the literary journal published by Creative Writing concentrators in the Barnard English Department.
This collection consists of the monthly literary journal, The Barnard Barnacle.
This collection consists of Barnard College's weekly newspaper, the Barnard Bulletin. The Barnard Bulletin was founded in 1901 and is the oldest continuously published voice on a women’s college campus in the United States.
This collection consists of the Barnard Literary Magazine, which was first published in 1974. This sporadically published literary magazine showcased Barnard and Columbia students’ poems, fiction, and occasionally artwork.
Published by the Barnard Literary Society, Bottle of Wine featured poetry, photography, drawings, fiction, and one-act plays by current Columbia University undergraduate students. This literary magazine only had one issue.
This collection consists of Calendula: A Barnard Feminist Publication, which was a Barnard College student publication. It featured opinion pieces, a directory of feminist campus groups, events listings, articles, reviews, and poetry.
This collection consists of Common Ground, a student publication described as being an alternative newspaper, created in the hopes of building a coalition among progressive Columbia and Barnard student groups.
This collection contains three issues of the Barnard + Columbia Architecture Society's annual publication, TKTNK (tectonic). TKTNK presents "undergraduate student work relating to architecture and the built environment" (3rd edition, May 2016).
This collection consists of Upstart Magazine, an arts magazine of Barnard College and Columbia Univeristy. The magazine featured works by students, faculty, and alumni, as well as articles and interviews.
This collection consists of the publication, Why We Strike, which was published by the Barnard Strike Coalition and detailed the events of Barnard's participation in the National Student Strike on May 5th, 1970.