Are women’s colleges a dying breed? In the past forty years over 75% of women’s colleges have closed or merged with their male counterparts. What will or should become of them in the next fifty years? Compelled by her family’s four-generation legacy at Barnard College, Daniella Kahane (BC ’05) explores the relevance of women’s colleges today, specifically through understanding the history of Barnard College and the changing role of women during the twentieth century. The film includes footage of interviews with Judith Kaye ’58, Anna Quindlen ’74, Suzanne Vega ’81, Joan Rivers ’54, and other Barnard luminaries.