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Hi! Off the bat I mean no offense in anyway whatsoever! I have just recently (I know, very late in the game) discovered the wonderful gem that is Barnard! I love its campus, location, academics, and EVERYTHING. I am just a tad bit wary of the all female population-I have personally never experienced a situation like that. Don't get me wrong, I am a huge supporter of gender equality, but not to the degree of disliking men! Is the atmosphere at the school conducive to an extremist feminist view (I really just have no clue because I can only postulate reasons from intentionally attending an all women institution). Any thoughts are appreciated! Thank you:)))
P.S. On a side note, I want to be a biology/ biochemistry major! However, would I be able to major and minor in more specific areas not particularly offered at Barnard, that are instead offered at Columbia?