The Office of Student Life confirmed on May 7 that there will be a second election for all representative senators, Student Media Council and Faculty/Student Disciplinary Committee positions due to the participation of ineligible voters in this year’s Undergraduate Student Government election.Read More
This year’s Baruch College Undergraduate Student Government debate, held on April 15 in the college cafeteria, questioned the two parties running for the 2019-2020 term — Power of the People — or POP! — and Imagine Baruch. The questions were asked anonymously and came from The Ticker staff, students who submitted their questions via a Qualtrics Form and students who attended the debate.Read More
Baruch College’s United Chinese Language Association hosted its annual Lunar New Year Festival on Feb. 25.
Regarding the Chinese calendar, 2019 is the Year of the Pig — the 12th animal that appears in the 12-year cycle.Read More
CUNY officials appointed the university system’s first Latino chancellor on Feb. 13, announcing that Queens College President Félix V. Matos Rodríguez will fill the role. Matos Rodríguez will officially fill the role of CUNY’s eighth chancellor on May 1, 2019, as the first minority educator to ever hold the office.Read More
Live mice have been spotted in the food areas of Baruch College’s Barnes & Noble Cafe, according to a recent New York City Health Department report.
The cafe racked up a total of 35 violation points following a Dec. 26, 2018 inspection, earning it a “C” grade. The grade can be seen posted on the business’ Lexington Avenue entrance.Read More