News / November 12, 2018 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...

News / November 12, 2018 F.U.S.I.O.N. tests students’ appetites for exotic and unusual foods

It was an atmosphere of pure adrenaline, commotion and fun at “Fear Factor VII: FUSION’S Inferno” hosted by F.U.S.I.O.N. and the Undergraduate Student Government on Nov. 6 in the Multipurpose Room. Members from various Baruch College clubs competed against one another in a contest that consisted of eating unusual food items, ranging from exotic animals...

News / November 12, 2018 Underage drinking may force ‘Baruch Bash’ into a 21+ only affair

This year, the Undergraduate Student Goverment is considering making “Baruch Bash,” an annual end-of-year party that is usually open to all students, only open to students aged 21 and up. This is because in previous years, underage students have shown up to the Bash drunk and in certain situations had to be taken out in...

News / November 12, 2018 NAACP speaks on voter disenfranchisement

The night before the midterm election, an event in the Newman Library Building was held titled “Defending Democracy and the Right to Vote.” Janai Nelson, associate director-counsel for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People legal defense and educational fund, spoke about the challenges and privileges of voting. Nelson began by stating that...

News / November 5, 2018 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,...

News / November 5, 2018 Baruch honors Pittsburgh synagogue shooting victims

To commemorate the people who passed away on Oct. 27 when a gunman opened fire at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh, a vigil took place on the 25th Street Plaza. Art King, vice president for student affairs and dean of students, organized the vigil with Hillel at Baruch College, the Office of Student...

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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…

F.U.S.I.O.N. tests students’ appetites for exotic and unusual foods
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F.U.S.I.O.N. tests students’ appetites for exotic and unusual foods

It was an atmosphere of pure adrenaline, commotion and fun at “Fear Factor VII: FUSION’S Inferno” hosted by F.U.S.I.O.N. and the Undergraduate Student Government on Nov. 6 in the Multipurpose Room. Members from various Baruch College clubs competed against one another in a contest that consisted of eating unusual food items, ranging from exotic animals…

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NAACP speaks on voter disenfranchisement

The night before the midterm election, an event in the Newman Library Building was held titled “Defending Democracy and the Right to Vote.” Janai Nelson, associate director-counsel for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People legal defense and educational fund, spoke about the challenges and privileges of voting. Nelson began by stating that…

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,…

Baruch honors Pittsburgh synagogue shooting victims
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Baruch honors Pittsburgh synagogue shooting victims

To commemorate the people who passed away on Oct. 27 when a gunman opened fire at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh, a vigil took place on the 25th Street Plaza. Art King, vice president for student affairs and dean of students, organized the vigil with Hillel at Baruch College, the Office of Student…

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UNICEF ‘trick or treats’ for an admirable cause

UNICEF hosted its annual “Halloween Bash” for Baruch College students on Oct. 30 in the Multipurpose Room to collect donations and raise awareness through the traditional Halloween activity of trick-or-treating. Members of UNICEF accepted donations and collected small orange “trick-or-treat” boxes. “We have like 50 of the boxes, and we give them out to the…

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Math major and mom reveals how she does it all

Baruch College is made up of a highly diverse population with students and faculty coming from different backgrounds and ages who bring unique perspectives to the community. One such student is not only a senior at Baruch but also a mother — her name is Alexandra Chavez. Chavez, who will be graduating in December, is…

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