Class Notes

The Legacy of Bernard Richards ’49

The Legacy of Bernard Richards ’49

Three Baruch College Fund Trustees Share Their Tributes

03/26/2015  |  No Comments

On March 9, 2015, Baruch College lost one of its most generous and tireless advocates, alumnus Bernard Richards, class of 1949. He was 87 years old ...

Five Distinguished Alumni Remember

Five Distinguished Alumni Remember

Tributes to Professor and Dean Angelo Dispenzieri ’53

03/24/2015  |  No Comments

Walter Reichman (’63), Benjamin Schneider (MBA ’62), Abe Fenster (’62), Harvey Barocas (’64), and Tom Diamante (PhD ’87) offer personal tributes to the teacher, scholar, mentor, and friend they remember ...

“A Certain Glow”

“A Certain Glow”

Transformed by Theatron: Claire Berkowitz Seigelstein (’58)

01/23/2015  |  No Comments

Do you remember the long-running student theatrical society, Theatron? If so, let this alumna from its 1950s heyday bring back happy memories ...

Love at First Byte

Love at First Byte

Stephen (’76) and Susan Barr Wain (’76)

01/20/2015  |  No Comments

Stephen Wain (’76) and Susan Barr (’76) met in the fall of their freshman year. And though they may have been destined to be together, their first steps toward romance were anything but certain ...

A Tribute to a Memorable Professor: Samuel A. Dyckman ’41

A Tribute to a Memorable Professor: Samuel A. Dyckman ’41

Lionel W. Greer ’42 Recalls “the Sam I Knew”

12/19/2014  |  No Comments

This notable accountancy professor and alumnus is remembered by a longtime friend and colleague ...

Family of Mann

Family of Mann

Mishkin Gallery Exhibition with an Alumni Twist

11/04/2014  |  No Comments

Exhibition featured artwork by Kenneth Munowitz, brother of alumnus Milton Mann (’51) ...

A Queen and Her Courtship

A Queen and Her Courtship

Pearl Gnesin Ribet ’46 Remembers a Unique Baruch Moment

11/04/2014  |  No Comments

Nearly 70 years ago, on the evening of May 4, 1945, Pearl Gnesin, an upper senior majoring in advertising and retailing at City College Downtown (today’s Baruch), was crowned “Campus Queen of New York City" ...

Twins Spin Discs

Twins Spin Discs

Frank (’85) and Michael Antonucci (’85) Help SPA Celebrate

11/04/2014  |  No Comments

Alumni DJs alumni provide entertainment for Public Affairs party ...

An MLK Memory from William Aiken (’63, MBA ’70)

An MLK Memory from William Aiken (’63, MBA ’70)

In Honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2015

01/15/2015  |  No Comments

Double alumnus Bill Aiken (’63, MBA ’70) was one of the lucky Baruchians to have heard Martin Luther King Jr.’s City College/Baruch Commencement address on Jun. 12, 1963 ...

No Substitute for Professor John Bauer

Richard Friedman (’72) on the Psychology Department Legend

03/18/2015  |  No Comments

This alumnus from the late sixties and early seventies describes what made one psychology professor popular: "his dynamic, sometimes blunt way of communicating psychological principles and concepts" ...