News / April 23, 2018 Hillel condemns USS for proposing an anti-Israel resolution

The CUNY University Student Senate tabled a controversial resolution following major concerns over lack of information and strong critique from the Jewish community at CUNY. The resolution, titled CUNY Investment Policy, was in line with the ideology of the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement against Israel. That the BDS resolution would be voted on at...

News / April 23, 2018 Ecuadorian Club celebrates Carnaval with music, dance and drink

The Ecuadorian Club hosted its annual “Carnavalito” event in honor of Carnaval on April 17. The event focused on the culture and history behind Carnaval, which is a week-long Catholic holiday leading up to Ash Wednesday, the beginning of Lent. Carnaval is also known around the world as Mardi Gras and Fat Tuesday The holiday...

News / April 23, 2018 Humans of Baruch showcase students’ stories at annual gala

As the end of the term nears, Humans of Baruch celebrated the stories and interviews its club members gathered throughout the school year. On April 19, they hosted their annual gala called “Humans of Baruch 3.0 | New Pages.” Humans of Baruch is an organization inspired by Humans of New York, a photo blog that...

News / April 23, 2018 VSA discusses Asian American identity

Vietnamese Student Association hosted, “Framing Our Identity: Addressing AAPI Issues” on April 19, a workshop that highlighted the social issues that Asian-Americans and Pacific Islanders continue to encounter, in celebration of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. VSA opened the discussion with Asian representation in media, exploring common Asian stereotypes. Asian female characters in the media...

News / April 23, 2018 UCLA explains dim sum

The United Chinese Language Association celebrated Asian Pacific American Heritage Month with “Dim Sum to Win Some” on April 17 to showcase iconic food in Chinese culture. “Dim Sum to Win Some” started off with the history of dim sum and its etiquette, then moving on to explain different and complementary teas. The event ended...

News / April 23, 2018 Project Now faces tough questions during debate

Baruch College’s “USG Debate” questioned Project Now candidates running for the 2018-2019 term on April 19. The questions came from The Ticker‘s staff, students who anonymously submitted questions via a Google Form and students who attended the debate. Hosted by The Ticker and moderated by News Editor Victoria Merlino, the debate featured Radhika Kalani, the...

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Hillel condemns USS for proposing an anti-Israel resolution
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Hillel condemns USS for proposing an anti-Israel resolution

The CUNY University Student Senate tabled a controversial resolution following major concerns over lack of information and strong critique from the Jewish community at CUNY. The resolution, titled CUNY Investment Policy, was in line with the ideology of the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement against Israel. That the BDS resolution would be voted on at…

Ecuadorian Club celebrates Carnaval with music, dance and drink
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Ecuadorian Club celebrates Carnaval with music, dance and drink

The Ecuadorian Club hosted its annual “Carnavalito” event in honor of Carnaval on April 17. The event focused on the culture and history behind Carnaval, which is a week-long Catholic holiday leading up to Ash Wednesday, the beginning of Lent. Carnaval is also known around the world as Mardi Gras and Fat Tuesday The holiday…

Humans of Baruch showcase students’ stories at annual gala
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Humans of Baruch showcase students’ stories at annual gala

As the end of the term nears, Humans of Baruch celebrated the stories and interviews its club members gathered throughout the school year. On April 19, they hosted their annual gala called “Humans of Baruch 3.0 | New Pages.” Humans of Baruch is an organization inspired by Humans of New York, a photo blog that…

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VSA discusses Asian American identity

Vietnamese Student Association hosted, “Framing Our Identity: Addressing AAPI Issues” on April 19, a workshop that highlighted the social issues that Asian-Americans and Pacific Islanders continue to encounter, in celebration of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. VSA opened the discussion with Asian representation in media, exploring common Asian stereotypes. Asian female characters in the media…

UCLA explains dim sum
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UCLA explains dim sum

The United Chinese Language Association celebrated Asian Pacific American Heritage Month with “Dim Sum to Win Some” on April 17 to showcase iconic food in Chinese culture. “Dim Sum to Win Some” started off with the history of dim sum and its etiquette, then moving on to explain different and complementary teas. The event ended…

Project Now faces tough questions during debate
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Project Now faces tough questions during debate

Baruch College’s “USG Debate” questioned Project Now candidates running for the 2018-2019 term on April 19. The questions came from The Ticker‘s staff, students who anonymously submitted questions via a Google Form and students who attended the debate. Hosted by The Ticker and moderated by News Editor Victoria Merlino, the debate featured Radhika Kalani, the…

CIA presence at Baruch faces student and faculty backlash
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CIA presence at Baruch faces student and faculty backlash

The CIA launched its Signature School Program at Baruch College in the fall 2017 semester amid concerns from staff. The launch of the program was criticized as being vague, and possibly compromising the safety of employees abroad and students at this school. While some see it as an opportunity for students to join a top…

USG revolving door continues to swing
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USG revolving door continues to swing

Baruch College’s Undergraduate Student Government faced another major shake-up with the resignation of Vice President of Academic Affairs Suleman Aleem and the installation of the recently elected Representative Sen. Mark Vilk. Aleem’s resignation from the table marks the seventh change in the administration and the fifth change this semester. Vilk was elected to the table…

Model UN wins 3rd place in conference
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Model UN wins 3rd place in conference

Baruch College’s Model United Nations team recently participated in the annual “National Model United Nations Conference” and placed in what is equivalent to third place, which is better than they expected. The conference took place in The Sheraton Times Square Hotel from March 18 to March 22. The Baruch team was assigned to represent China…

WIB event counsels women on applying makeup in the workplace
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WIB event counsels women on applying makeup in the workplace

Baruch College’s Women in Business held an event called “Makeup in the Business World” on April 10. Anastasiya Kachur, founder of The Beaut Commute, a company devoted to express beauty services for professional women, led the event. Kachur graduated from Baruch in 2015, and during that time, she was a member of Women in Business….

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