The mission of The Baruch College Alumni Magazine (BCAM) is to communicate the vision of the College. Published in print twice yearly and published online with up-to-date, exclusive material throughout the year, BCAM showcases recent campus events, honors, and faculty scholarship, with coverage weighted heavily toward alumni news and achievement.

The print magazine reaches an audience of more than 110,000 alumni and donors, as well as corporations, foundations, friends of the College, and prospective students and faculty. The online magazine has been viewed by approximately 40,000 visitors since its launch in November 2010.

The magazine is produced by the College’s Office of Communications, Marketing & Public Affairs, which works closely with Baruch’s faculty and administrators from the Office of Alumni Relations, Office of College Advancement, Office of the President, the Deans’ Offices, College centers and institutes, the Baruch College Performing Arts Center (BPAC), and the Athletics Department, among other departments and offices. The Office of Communications, Marketing & Public Affairs benefited greatly from the expertise of the College’s Bernard L. Schwartz Communication Institute throughout the online magazine development process.

Through the magazine, alumni and other friends of the College connect with each other and their alma mater. The College hopes these connections will inspire readers to become more involved with the College and its students.


Editor in Chief: Diane Harrigan
Senior Editors: Sally Fay, Marina Zogbi
Advancement Editor: Janet B. Rossbach, Director of Alumni Relations and Volunteer Engagement
Design and Photo Editor: Mayreni Polanco
Archival Support: Steven Calco, Sandra Roff
Production: Yvonne Rojas
Contributing Writers: Sally Fay, Diane Harrigan, Brian Kell, Barbara Lippman, John Neves, Manny Romero, Marina Zogbi
Contributing Photographers: Gene Boyars, Phil Gallo, Denis Gostev (’13), Elizabeth Leitzell, Mario Morgado, Elena Olivo, Mayreni Polanco, Amalia Reinhardt, Manny Romero, Jerry Speier

Contact Information

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For information about alumni programs and activities, please e-mail

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