Barnard college dating scene
The arrangement was finally formalized in 1900 with the first Columbia-Barnard Intercorporate Agreement.
As part of the agreement, the President of Columbia University also served as President of Barnard College, while Barnard's chief officer held the title of "Dean." In 1952, Dean Millicent Mc Intosh chose to adopt the title of "President" as part of Barnard's growing assertion of its independent status.
Over 1000 Barnard students live in the The Quad dorms immediately south of Barnard Hall.
The rest live in Barnard dorms within the Morningside Heights neighborhood (though some, like Cathedral Gardens, are very far-flung).
It is, for the present at least, our intention to make the news of our sister school a regular--and of course a pretty--department of our paper.
Beginning in 1886, the trustees would begin offering an actual Columbia BA degree to course completers.
With some exceptions, students at both institutions participate in an integrated social scene, including access to the same extra-curricular activities.
Barnard's four acre campus lies across Broadway from Columbia's main Morningside Heights campus, spread on the half-block between Broadway, Claremont Avenue, 116th Street and 120th Street.
(via The Nation) reports that a controversial new dorm rule has been enacted at Barnard College, the all-girls sister school of Columbia University, that restricts overnight guests to "no more than three consecutive nights and no more than six nights total in any 30-day period." Dorm desk attendants have also been assigned log books to keep a record of guests, and the women are required to come down with their guest in order to sign them out in the morning.
Some undergraduates at the college interpret this new set of rules as the administration's patronizing way of slut-shaming and policing the students' sex lives.