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The Ticker

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Holocaust survivor visits Baruch during Mizrahi Heritage Month
Mia Gindis, Opinions Editor • November 19, 2022

Holocaust survivor Rachel Hayun visited Baruch College on Nov. 10 to speak about her experiences in Libya during the Holocaust. Upward of 120...

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Senate Meeting: USG discusses upcoming Biomed Society, USG art gallery and World Cup events
Marziya Hasan, Copy Editor • November 19, 2022

Baruch College’s Undergraduate Student Government met for its tenth Senate meeting of the fall 2022 semester on Nov. 15. The meeting began...

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CUNY Provost hears Baruch concerns in town hall; commits to action
Maya Demchak-Gottlieb, News Editor • November 19, 2022

Recently appointed CUNY Provost and executive vice chancellor, Wendy Hensel, hosted a town hall at Baruch College as part of her CUNY-wide '...

“The Territory” brings a new perspective on environmental issues in the Amazon Rainforest
“The Territory” brings a new perspective on environmental issues in the Amazon Rainforest
Malina Seenarine November 19, 2022

The Baruch College Performing Art Center hosted a screening of the new documentary “The Territory” and a discussion with the director, Alex...

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Red wave recedes at 2022 midterms
Adhokshaya Malhotra November 20, 2022

The 2022 midterm elections were a stressful time for many Americans. The outcome, however, renewed a sense of hope among Americans struggling...

Overcrowded bulletin boards are hurting club life
Overcrowded bulletin boards are hurting club life
The Editorial Board November 19, 2022

Ever since Baruch College transitioned from online learning to in-person, student life has boomed with various new clubs, activities and events...

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New York City public schools need post-pandemic federal funding
The Editorial Board November 19, 2022

New York City public schools have seen declining enrollment rates because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Department of Education recently announced...

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MetroCard phaseout signals new era for commuters
Adriana Maria Lopez Tavares November 19, 2022

The Metropolitan Transit Authority should use the implementation of the OMNY system as an opportunity to further improve the quality of its transit...

Shopping Small: The Ticker’s staff recommends local businesses to support
Shopping Small: The Ticker’s staff recommends local businesses to support
Melani Bonilla, Maya Demchak-Gottlieb, Caryl Anne Francia, Emanuela Gallo, Arianne Gonzalez, Adriana Maria Lopez Tavares, Alexandra Adelina Nita, and Gabriel Rivera November 18, 2022

The Ticker’s writers came together to recommend small New York City-based businesses ahead of Small Business Saturday, which will occur on...

Port Authority’s ports director discusses global trade in Weissman Center forum
Port Authority’s ports director discusses global trade in Weissman Center forum
Caryl Anne Francia, Business Editor • November 18, 2022

The Weissman Center for International Business hosted Bethann Rooney — the port director for The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey...

Field Center to feature student businesses in inaugural ‘Baruch Marketplace’
Field Center to feature student businesses in inaugural ‘Baruch Marketplace’
Caryl Anne Francia, Business Editor • November 18, 2022

Baruch College’s Lawrence N. Field Center for Entrepreneurship will hold its first “Baruch Marketplace” from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on...

Black Friday deals that students should look out for
Black Friday deals that students should look out for
Hailey Chin and Caryl Anne Francia November 18, 2022

Black Friday will welcome American consumers to spend less on big savings on Nov. 25, which is less than a week away. The Ticker rounded up...

CFDA Awards honor this year’s fashion innovators 
CFDA Awards honor this year’s fashion innovators 
Patricia Prado November 18, 2022

The Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) welcomed distinguished individuals from both the realms of fashion and entertainment at this...

Drake and 21 Savage sued by ‘Vogue’ publisher over fake magazine cover
Drake and 21 Savage sued by ‘Vogue’ publisher over fake magazine cover
Mia Euceda November 18, 2022

Media company and owner of Vogue Magazine Condé Nast is suing rappers Drake and Shéyaa Bin Abraham-Joseph, better known by his stage name 21...

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‘Enola Holmes 2’: mystery, history and a Hint of romance
Daniel Li November 18, 2022

Returning to the screen with another mystery to solve, “Enola Holmes 2” was released on Nov.  4 as a sequel to its predecessor. Based...

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Review: A Childish Drake Rears His Ugly Head on ‘Her Loss’
Maya Alexander November 18, 2022

It’s hard to know which is worse: a deservingly celebrated rapper who soiled a good — at points, even great —project with unnecessary,...

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Crowd surge in Seoul results in over 280 casualties
Michelle Piong November 20, 2022

A crowd crush on Oct. 29 in the Itaewon neighborhood of Seoul, Korea, has killed at least 150 people and injured more than 130. Itaewon is a...

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Mauna Loa seismic activity puts Hawaii residents on alert
Arianne Gonzalez, Arts & Culture Editor • November 20, 2022

Recent earthquakes and seismic activity have put residents near Mauna Loa, the world’s largest active volcano, under alert, but scientists...

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Science Park and Research Center to make life sciences accessible for New Yorkers
Sarah Gabriel November 12, 2022

New York Gov.  Kathy Hochul and New York City Mayor Eric Adams teamed up with CUNY Chancellor Félix Matos Rodríguez to announce plans for...

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Mayor Eric Adams will “electrify” public schools by 2030
Zena Mohamed November 12, 2022

New York City Mayor Eric Adams has initiated a $4 billion dollar clean energy project to be completed by 2030, in an effort to foster a healthier...

Baruch Athletics
Bearcats weekly recap Nov. 9 – 13
Dani Heba, Sports Editor • November 20, 2022

Although the Baruch College Bearcats men’s soccer and women’s volleyball seasons came to an end two weeks ago, the Bearcats men’s and women’s...

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Rumble in the Concrete Jungle: Israel Adesanya’s toughest challenge yet
James DePuy November 20, 2022

Israel Adesanya, the usually cool champion who is a master of mind games, finds himself unable to keep his composure due to the looming threat...

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Bearcats weekly recap Nov. 1-5
Dani Heba, Sports Editor • November 12, 2022

The Baruch College Bearcats men’s soccer, women’s volleyball and men’s and women’s crosscountry teams all had playoff action this week,...

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NFL Rewind: Looking back at Week 9 highlights
Victoria Lisi November 12, 2022

Week 9 was full of action, with top teams battling it out for the top spots in their respective divisions. The Los Angeles Rams battled the...