Just a Barnard Baby


Founded on the auspicious 11th of November, in the year 2011, Barnard Baby has blogged about provincial life in the small rural hamlet of New York City since arriving at the gates of the inimitable Barnard College with a vial of White Men's Tears in her pocket and a pair of sensible size 6 1/2 boots on her feet.


Dubbed Mother of Prospies by the ever elusive Seer Overheard on the 22nd of July, in the 13th year of the 2nd millennia.

Ask her a question or engage in some conversation. But beware. She may offer you tea.


Just a Barnard Baby

Walking off my tired feet

Pounding 42nd street

To be in a show
Jose Rizal Theme by Jeeddii.
What are the lounges like on every floor? And how busy are the kitchens??
Asked by Anonymous

The lounges differ slightly on every floor. All lounges have a table with chairs as well as a few couches. Every lounge also has a sink, a microwave, and an electric coil stove. Not all, but many lounges have TVs and ovens.

As for how busy they are, it really depends. Some days, you’ll go in to cook or study and there is noone around. Other days, there may be a group of girl making rice-balls and hanging out. A lot of upperclassmen use the kitchen to cook, since we have a limited meal plan, so you’ll definitely see us around.

One thing. The kitchens always smell funny. Last year, the Sulz 8 kitchen smelled perpetually of cloying kettle corn.

Posted on October 08, 2012
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