How Millie’s Thanksgiving Homestay Program fosters community among students who remain in NYC for the holiday and alumnae who are eager to host them.
Olivia Treynor '24 writes for Vogue about how a long-distance biking and camping trip brought her back in touch with her body.
Eliana Steele ’26, a Laidlaw Scholar and linguistics major, researches language engineering — a method to restore Indigenous oral cultures, histories, and identity.
Thirty-four of the College’s faculty, staff, and students collaborated to publish an open-access textbook — connecting higher education to a sustainable future for the planet.
From working with Indigenous activists in Papua New Guinea to holding on to hope, Professor Paige West weighs in on new federal initiatives designed to deliver results on climate action.
The anthropology major will travel to Ladakh, India, to draw on Buddhist environmental ethics in the fight against climate change.
From bird-watching to growing sprouts, this toolkit — sourced from campus community members — offers actionable advice for Earth Day.
The Department wishes to congratulate Anthropology major Tanisha Reddy, who has been awarded a Barnard Tow Summer Research Fellowship for her project “Buddhist Environmental Ethics: Climate Adaptation and Activism in Ladakh.”