Noah Fleischman

Sexually explicit photo distributed to students in mass email
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Sexually explicit photo distributed to students in mass email

An explicit message and photo were emailed to Baruch students that appeared to originate from the Office of Student Life on Nov. 8. The content of the email consisted of an image of a topless woman, with a link to an external website that appeared in inboxes at 10:27 a.m. The email’s sender was titled…

Board of Directors revokes TAMID’s budget for violating rules
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Board of Directors revokes TAMID’s budget for violating rules

TAMID, a Hillel-affiliated business education club, had its budget revoked by the Baruch College’s Board of Directors because the club was found to be using student activity fee funds for member-exclusive events. Undergraduate Student Government President Radhika Kalani requested that TAMID be removed from USG’s budget request during the Oct. 18 meeting of the board,…

The cocoa grind: one Bearcat’s path to becoming a franchisee
Business

The cocoa grind: one Bearcat’s path to becoming a franchisee

Many students attend Baruch College to gain the skills and knowledge to start their own businesses. Some go on to start their businesses after college, but some start early. Ehab Elshinawy is not your average student: he started his business while getting a college education. His business, Cocoa Grinder, is a trendy chain of coffee…

L shutdown will disrupt a lot more than just commuters’ trips
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L shutdown will disrupt a lot more than just commuters’ trips

In 2016 the MTA announced two proposals for repairs on the L line because of structural damage in certain stations. The proposals detailed improvements to the stations along with the repairs. These necessary improvements should ultimately make people happy. The improvements are a positive change, but the line will be shut down for 15 months…