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Chen proposes new co-sponsorship cap

Baruch College’s Undergraduate Student Government held its weekly senate meeting on Nov. 14. Due to Provost David Christy privately visiting the table, the meeting officially began just past 6:15 p.m. instead of its usual scheduled time of 5:30 p.m. The meeting started with the confirmation of Suzanna Egan as the new treasurer of the table,…

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USG senator resigns; two seats now left open

The Baruch College Undergraduate Student Government has now officially seen two table resignations, with Representative Senator Josue Mendez leaving on the evening of Nov. 7 and Treasurer Ehtasham Bhatti departing on Nov. 9. Bhatti announced his resignation to the table during a senate meeting two weeks prior. He made his leave official after the latest…

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Bhatti resigns as USG treasurer, Egan prepares to assume his seat

Ehtasham Bhatti, the treasurer of Baruch’s Undergraduate Student Government, formally announced his resignation during the Oct. 24 senate meeting. Bhatti, who is an accounting major, said at the meeting that his resignation was necessary after examining the growing commitments in both his academic workload and family life. Chair of Appeals Suzanna Egan will be taking…

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USG holds Oct. 24 senate meeting

Baruch College’s Undergraduate Student Government held its weekly senate meeting on Oct. 24, featuring presentations, appeals and the resignation of the government’s treasurer. The meeting started with Chair of Finance David Barros introducing the Baruch Roller Hockey Club. The club, which previously failed to have its last appeal approved by the board of directors, presented…

CUNY students and professors rally at City Hall for free tuition
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CUNY students and professors rally at City Hall for free tuition

Around 40 students, adjuncts and professors gathered in front of New York City Hall on Oct. 10 at 4 p.m. in an organized effort to advocate for a tuition-free CUNY. Participants of the rally were representatives and supporters of the CUNY Adjunct Project, the Coalition for the Revitalization of Asian American Studies at Hunter, CUNY…

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Coming out does not excuse past slurs

With his release of Flower Boy, Tyler, The Creator has officially cemented his sexuality. While he attempted to come out several times in the past few years, his newest album has ended the mystery. The official news of his sexuality, however, has also complicated an issue that many listeners have previously had, or still have,…

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The USG Beat: Sept. 12

Baruch College’s Undergraduate Student Government held its third senate meeting of the year on Sept. 12. The meeting opened up with a short presentation given by Javier Jimenez, a representative from the New York Blood Center, urging senate members and meeting attendees to break previous donating records and alleviate the pressure put on the blood…

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The USG Beat: Sept. 5

Baruch College’s Undergraduate Student Government held its second senate meeting of the semester on Sept. 5. The meeting started with a presentation headed by Ehtasham Bhatti, executive treasurer of USG, detailing the organization’s current budget. Bhatti presented a spreadsheet whose columns separate into the clubs and organization budget, the operations budget and the programming budget….