In 1982, Columbia and Barnard announced a joint agreement that allowed women to apply to Columbia College. Thirty years later, we reflect on the significance of that agreement and continue the discussion of coeducation.
30 years ago, admins on both sides of Broadway faced tough decisions by Madina Toure
Coeducation brings changes in curriculum byJeremy Budd
For some Barnard first-years, navigating Barnard/Columbia divide difficultby Emma Goss
First Columbia College women felt comfortable at CU, despite practical concerns by Margaret Mattes
Barnard, CU legally bound, but relationship not always certain for studentsby Jessica Stallone
Columbia-Barnard Consortium shapes CU athletics then, now by Michele Cleary