To kick-off Black History Month, Baruch’s Office of Student Life and various African-American clubs held an opening ceremony on Feb. 7. This year’s Black History Month theme is “Roots of Royalty,” which aims to celebrate the various backgrounds between Africans, Caribbeans and Black Americans.Read More
In response to the resignation of Mark Vilk late last semester, Baruch College’s Undergraduate Student Government has elected a new vice president of legislative affairs to take his place for the spring semester: senior and political science major Navjot Kaur.Read More
As per tradition, Baruch College kicked off the Spring Semester with a Club Fair, which was held on Jan. 31 in the main gym. The Club Fair served as a reflection of Baruch’s spirit, diversity and versatility as clubs of various professions, religions and cultures gathered together to welcome incoming and transfer students wanting to get involved in student life.Read More
Every year, student delegates are selected by the Undergraduate Student Government to attend the New York State Association of Black and Puerto Rican Legislators Conference to raise scholarship funds for minority youth, but there has been no money for scholarships in the past two years.Read More
Baruch College’s Undergraduate Student Government hosted “Welcome Week” to usher in the new semester with a series of four events starting on Jan. 28.
Each day of the week, students were able to enjoy activities meant to make the transition back into school life a little more enjoyable.Read More
The planned painting of club areas over winter break at Baruch College stalled after plans for an outside contractor fell through, leaving some areas to be painted and the Graduate Student Assembly area only partially painted as the semester began.Read More