Class Notes

News from Alumni of the 1960s

News from Alumni of the 1960s

06/12/2014  |  No Comments

'60s news includes a scholarship established by an alumni couple and an honor bestowed upon a "History Maker" ...

News from Alumni of the 1970s

News from Alumni of the 1970s

06/12/2014  |  No Comments

A Class Act naming gift and a culinary school for kids are among the accomplishments of our '70s grads ...

News from Alumni of the 1980s

News from Alumni of the 1980s

06/12/2014  |  No Comments

Our '80s alumni have made their mark in law, insurance, health care, and real estate, among other fields ...

News from Alumni of the 1990s

News from Alumni of the 1990s

06/12/2014  |  No Comments

Nine MBAs are included in our round-up of '90s grad news ...

News from Alumni of the 2000s

News from Alumni of the 2000s

06/12/2014  |  No Comments

From global education leadership to marathon running, alums of the '00s can do it all ...

News from Alumni of the 2010s

News from Alumni of the 2010s

05/30/2014  |  No Comments

Our most recent alums include an Ironman athlete, a Pizza King, and a couple of Fellows (Leadership Institute and Empire State) ...

He Asked the Right Questions

He Asked the Right Questions

Dr. Robert Brooks (’64) Remembers Professor John Bauer

12/23/2013  |  No Comments

Baruch Psychology Professor John Bauer is still this alumnus’s inspiration for paying it forward with “timely words and small gestures” ...

The Artist and the Alumna

The Artist and the Alumna

06/12/2014  |  No Comments

Thanks to Edith Stein (’53) and her husband, Martin, who made Baruch’s Mishkin Gallery exhibition Theresa Bernstein: A Century in... ...

A Ticker Love Story

A Ticker Love Story

Newspaper Was the Setting for Romance

01/08/2014  |  No Comments

With the help of a tap of a desk ruler, this relationship soon measured up ...

In Memoriam: Spring-Summer 2014

In Memoriam: Spring-Summer 2014

06/12/2014  |  No Comments

The College says goodbye to one of its most-respected alumni and to 75 other Baruchians ...

Civic-Minded Cohort

Civic-Minded Cohort

Students Pledge to Participate in Hagedorn Challenge

06/13/2014  |  No Comments

Students in Baruch’s Executive Master of Public Affairs (XMPA) program know all about the power of teamwork ...

Another Memory of Mannie Saxe (’23)

Another Memory of Mannie Saxe (’23)

Eli Mason (’40) Remembered Professor, Mentor, and Friend

01/08/2014  |  No Comments

This famously outspoken accountant has nothing but praise for Baruch legend and his mentor Dean Emanuel Saxe (’23). This year the College celebrates the 90th anniversary of Saxe's graduation ...

Girl Meets Boy—Meets Bernard Baruch

Girl Meets Boy—Meets Bernard Baruch

Harriet Borah Leib (’54, MS ’58) and George Leib (’54)

01/09/2014  |  No Comments

When Bernard Baruch and school administrators caught these two ’50s lovebirds smooching on the 2nd floor balcony of 17 Lex, the young couple felt sure they'd be expelled ...

Can You Dig It?

Can You Dig It?

Class Ring Lost and Found

05/01/2014  |  No Comments

Metal-detecting—a modern-day form of treasure hunting—resulted in the discovery of a lost Baruch class ring on an island in Mexico ...

Faculty In Memoriam

Faculty In Memoriam

Accountancy Professor Martin Mellman (’49)

02/05/2014  |  No Comments

When this alumnus completed his PhD from NYU, he fielded offers from many prestigious business schools. He chose his alma mater, Baruch, saying, "I want to go home" ...