Baruch College’s Undergraduate Student Government announced on May 20 that “Baruch Bash” has been cancelled due to “complications with insurance, legal and many other aspects above us.”
USG, who hosts this annual end-of-year party, publicly apologized for this on its Facebook page, as “Bash” is a Baruch tradition that has been in place for 50 years, and many students look forward to the event every year.
The unofficial results show three representative senator seats and one seat on the Student Media Council changed following Baruch College’s reelection for Undergraduate Student Government involving 21 positions. 414 students voted in the second election — held May 13-15 — representing a 66 percent drop in voters from the 1,222 who had voted in the initial election.
CUNY Chancellor Félix V. Matos Rodríguez appointed five top-level positions on the first day of his term. Matos Rodríguez, who was confirmed as CUNY’s eighth chancellor and first Latino chancellor on February 13, had an eventful first day on the job, as he used the day to announce five appointments to various positions throughout CUNY.
Graduating members of The Ticker's executive board impart their thoughts to the student population and what they learned working four years at a newspaper.
It is a common saying, that it isn’t about what you know, but who you know when it comes to job interviews and professional careers.
Networking is challenging, and most importantly, it is an ongoing process. Here are some tips might help if you’re trying to land your dream role
In 2018, the World Economic Forum published the “Future of Jobs Report”, outlining the effects that the fourth industrial revolution will have on businesses and organizations, and the roles in which their employees work.
The report writes that institutions will take advantage of advances in emerging technologies and fundamentally change the way they function.
Finding affordable options for lunch is a struggle at Baruch College, which does not have a cafeteria or offer meal plans.
While some students bring their own lunch, most students prefer the fastest and cheapest options that are closest to Baruch.
John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum should be a lot better than it is. The latest in a popular action series full of coherently shot and beautifully lit action sequences, with a compelling world of international assassins, Chapter 3 picks up on many of the cues that set its predecessors apart from the traditional fare of action films.
In what seems to be the love child between a haunted house and an escape room, Punchdrunk’s Sleep No More is an immersive theater experience that stands apart from the rest. What elevates this experience beyond others in this trend of high-production-value experimental theater is the sheer attention to detail and the creation of atmosphere.
Like every indie rock band from the 2000s that was successful, Vampire Weekend has finally ended its hiatus to return with a new album, Father of the Bride. In the lead-up to the release of the album, the band was able to keep its structure as a group, even with the departure of producer and instrumentalist, Rostam Batmanglij.
The quality of modern video games can truly be mind-boggling, and is enjoyed all over the world. Making up a $100 billion industry with two out of every three American households playing games, it is amazing to think that in just a few decades, the technology has improved so much. However, everything has to start somewhere and video games had their beginnings on computers the size of rooms.
Coffee is what keeps New York running in the morning, but it could also lead to changes in the energy industry.
In a recent study by the University of California, Los Angeles and scientists at Solargiga Energy, a Chinese manufacturing enterprise for photovoltaic products, caffeine could be a viable replacement for materials in solar cells.
The United States is facing a shortage of STEM workers. In the modern race for high-tech supremacy, these fields are essential in progressing innovative ideas and technologies. Though research in life sciences such as biology and physiology results in products that save and change lives, only 6.4 percent of Fall 2017 CUNY students were enrolled in science programs.
Google and Apple lead the future prospect of gaming as they announce ambitious plans to build virtual stadiums readily available for everyone to enjoy.
Scientists from the University of California, Berkeley and the University of California, San Francisco, adopted a new method of creating speech from brain signals, which could improve communication for people with speech impairments.
With the rise of sugar-filled foods this past decade, health is an increasingly major concern to the average person. In 2004, McDonald’s supersized menu items were denounced for their high sodium and calorie count, eventually getting taken off the menu.
With the rise of the digital age, technology has become a necessity for all ages and a staple in everyday life, but now scholars are skeptical of its negative impact on teen mental health.
We are surrounded by plastic every day of our lives, from the moment we wake up in the morning to the moment we go to sleep. Our morning routines consist of washing our face, brushing our teeth and taking a shower. In such a short amount of time, we have used at least five items made of plastic, from our toothbrush to our face wash, and we haven’t even taken a second to notice.
A new tick is in town. The Asian longhorned tick population has been rapidly reproducing in Staten Island, becoming a danger to the residents. A female Asian longhorned tick, in essence, clones itself, because it can reproduce asexually and lay 1,000 to 2,000 “clone” eggs at a time, reported Columbia News.
Post-apocalyptic efforts are not all science fiction; the “doomsday vault” is proof of that. The Svalbard Global Seed Vault, located in the collection of Norway’s islands known as Svalbard, is a safe underground location, which holds most of the world’s seeds, according to a CNN article.
The New York Mets were barely able to escape a rough April. During the first week, manager Mickey Callaway displayed poor judgement which resulted in a fatigued bullpen.
As a result of burning through his bullpen the previous two games, on April 2, he had to use setup man Justin Wilson instead of Edwin Diaz late in the game.
With the regular season and the NHL Draft Lottery in the books, the New York Rangers now shift their focus toward the offseason. This summer marks a crucial step for the Blueshirts, as the front office will look to accelerate the team’s rebuild.
After the New York Yankees completed their three-game series sweep of the San Francisco Giants, they went on to play the Arizona Diamondbacks in a quick two-game set.
Coming into the series, many believed that this would be where Giancarlo Stanton may be able to return to the team. However, this was not the case.