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An Elevator Memory from Seymour “Sy” Passman (’55)

An Elevator Memory from Seymour “Sy” Passman (’55)

My Close Encounter with Bernard Baruch

10/01/2013  |  No Comments

An alumnus from the Class of 1955 shares an "impactful" moment on campus with College namesake, our own gentle giant, Bernard M. Baruch ...

Student Diary

Student Diary

Or, What I Did Last Summer

09/10/2013  |  No Comments

This Zicklin School of Business School senior and APO Scholarship winner explored the world beyond 17 Lex and NYC during Summer 2013 ...

Elevator Memories Part 2

Elevator Memories Part 2

More Memories & Memorabilia of That Quintessential Transport

08/22/2013  |  No Comments

More alumni magazine readers are inspired to share their stories of 17 Lex elevators and elevator operators ...

Putting The Reporter “To Bed”

Putting The Reporter “To Bed”

Grace Lichtenstein Salant (’47) Remembers P.M.-Session Newspaper

10/01/2013  |  No Comments

Recalling scissors, glue, and late nights at the printer, alumna Grace Lichtenstein Salant (’47) shares her student memories of the evening-session newspaper The Reporter ...

Baruch Kin Visits

Baruch Kin Visits

Businessman and Social Activist Robbert Baruch

06/11/2013  |  No Comments

Another chapter in the College's ever-emerging theme of internationalization ...

Horse Sense Saves Theatrical

Horse Sense Saves Theatrical

Theatron Memories from Martin Dawson ’42

12/04/2012  |  No Comments

Another unique Theatron memory circa 1940: Club president hired a horse-drawn wagon to cart stage props ...

Inspiring Professor Jay Finkelman

Inspiring Professor Jay Finkelman

Richard Friedman (’72) Remembers

12/27/2012  |  No Comments

More than 40 years later, an alumnus remembers a particularly electrifying industrial/organizational psychology class ...

Remembering Leon Weiss (’58)

Remembering Leon Weiss (’58)

01/24/2013  |  No Comments

An interview with his stepson Steven Chudy gives the Baruch College community greater insight into one of its most loyal supporters, Leon Weiss (’58), who died last fall ...

Elevator Operators, Baruch Celebrities

Elevator Operators, Baruch Celebrities

03/01/2013  |  No Comments

The elevator operators at 17 Lex became well-known and -loved personalities at the College ...

Altruism as Entertainment

Altruism as Entertainment

Theatron and CCSO

04/03/2013  |  No Comments

From the annals of Theatron history, a tale of student volunteerism in the early 1950s ...

Uplifting Memories: Alumni Share Their 17 Lex Elevator Memories

03/04/2013  |  No Comments

Baruch VIP Tony Ermilio It was June 9, 1977, and I was in Carnegie Hall, attending my graduation from Baruch College.... ...

A Connection with Heart: Mentorship

A Connection with Heart: Mentorship

02/26/2013  |  No Comments

Baruch’s Executives On Campus Program continues to enhance the quality of students’ educational experience and career development, especially through its mentorship programs ...

Entertaining the Troops

Entertaining the Troops

CCSO: City College's USO

04/26/2013  |  No Comments

Alumnus Phil Gittelman (’54) shares his memories of entertaining the troops as CCSO emcee and one third of The Lavender Trio (aka Two Chords and a G String) in the 1950s ...

Student Achievement 2013

Student Achievement 2013

Science Student Success & More



05/24/2013  |  No Comments

Successful science undergrads are among star students in 2013 ...

8th Annual Kossoff Lecture Series Welcomes Jay Fishman

8th Annual Kossoff Lecture Series Welcomes Jay Fishman

Straight Talk from Travelers’ Chairman & CEO

04/12/2013  |  No Comments

Tough career choices and trillion-dollar federal deficits: Straight talk from Travelers’ Chairman & CEO Jay Fishman at Baruch’s 2013 Kossoff Lecture ...