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USG is working to help revamp the Zicklin BBA

Good luck to everyone taking midterms. The semester is kicking off, and the Undergraduate Student Government is by your side to help you prepare. Be sure to look out for USG’s random pop-up events to help you survive midterm season. Baruch College President Mitchel B. Wallerstein is stepping down. You received an email discussing Wallerstein’s…

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Baruch fixes broken elevators and escalators

We’ve just ended the first month of the semester. Ninety-six students had the opportunity to attend Baruch College’s 36th Annual Leadership Weekend. Students had the chance to go on a getaway to the Pocono Mountains and learn more about themselves and how to become leaders on campus. Anyone can apply to Leadership Weekend; make sure…

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Baruch initiative aims for 4-year graduations

All these holidays have been a blur! Since Baruch College is home to a large population of students from all over the world, it’s important to be respectful of holidays celebrated by different groups. For some, it is a slew of days off. Others are busy celebrating their new year and more. Our total undergraduate…

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Promote campus change through a new project

We have survived the first two weeks of classes! I hope everyone got their textbooks, attended a bunch of general interest meetings and are enjoying the warm weather while it lasts. Once again, I’ll focus on Baruch College and CUNY-wide issues and what the Undergraduate Student Government is doing on their behalf. One of our…

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USG addresses crowded rooms and construction

Congratulations! We have survived our first week back. I hope everyone liked their classes, attended the club fair, and enjoyed the Undergraduate Student Government’s Welcome Week events. For the weekly USG reports, I want to focus on Baruch College and CUNY-wide issues and how USG plans to help. A lot of the elevators and escalators…

Trump tax plan threatens to drive the rich out of Park Avenue
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Trump tax plan threatens to drive the rich out of Park Avenue

President Donald Trump’s new proposed tax plan is causing 800,000 people to flee from high-tax states, including New York and California, according to the The Wall Street Journal. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 will cause many high-income earners to move out of high-income states. However, some economists claim that this tax act…

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NYC’s betrayal of its tenants must end

Mayor Bill de Blasio aims to settle in court for more than $2 billion to improve living conditions within New York City’s housing projects. This means roaches, rotten plasters and leaky roofs. These cover the complaints that more than 400,000 residents have reported against the New York City Housing Authority. Therefore, it is no surprise…

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