Online Exclusives

Where Are They Now

Where Are They Now

That's Entertainment: Arthur Indursky (’64) Pioneers Media Law

07/07/2016  |  No Comments

A proud Baruch alumnus, Arthur Indursky has enjoyed a tremendously successful career in entertainment law, helping to pioneer the industry while representing some of the biggest names in pop culture ...

Goodwill Toward Cuba

Student-Athlete Reflects on CUNY 2016 Tour to Island-Nation

07/07/2016  |  No Comments

Justin Starrantino (’16), the captain of Baruch’s men’s soccer team and president of Baruch’s Student Athletic Advisory Committee, represented the College on the 10-day CUNY2Cuba Goodwill Tour last spring. ...

In His Own Words: A Legal Adventure in Cuba

Excerpts from an Essay on His Trip to Cuba by the Hon. Thomas F. Liotti (MPA ’72)

07/07/2016  |  No Comments

A proud Baruch alumnus, the Hon. Thomas F. Liotti shares his experiences from a trip to Cuba he took in February, 2016. ...

In Memoriam: Tribute to Seymour Eisenman (MBA '69, PhD '75)

In Memoriam: Tribute to Seymour Eisenman (MBA ’69, PhD ’75)

Retired Accountancy Professor/Alumnus Passes Away at 81

09/23/2016  |  No Comments

We remember a beloved, longtime accountancy professor with the help of heartfelt testimonials from his students Stephen Bryan (MBA ’90) and Leon Shivamber (’84) ...

Returning to his Roots

Returning to his Roots

Andy Bello (’77) Reflects on Cuba

09/23/2016  |  No Comments

For proud Baruch alumnus Andy Bello (’77), visiting Cuba is more than just a curiosity—this Cuba native, who moved to New York City at the age of three, has made multiple trips to his birth country since 2013. ...

Harlem

Harlem “Church Ladies” Get Their Due

Q&A with Historian and Retired Professor Martia Goodson

01/25/2016  |  No Comments

Fifteen unheralded female movers and shakers of a central institution of the black world—the black church—share their memories and insights of the historic Abyssinian Baptist Church in Harlem, N.Y., in this book by a retired and prolific Baruch professor and American historian ...

Redefining a Family Tradition

Redefining a Family Tradition

Alumnus Makes His Mark in Finance

05/04/2016  |  No Comments

For Alex Kosoglyadov (’09), working on Wall Street is in his genes. Just not the way you might expect. Read about how this proud alumnus used his Baruch degree to find success in the financial sector ...

Working for a Worthy Cause

Working for a Worthy Cause

Alumna Excels at the Clinton Foundation

02/03/2016  |  No Comments

Mariah Schuknecht (MBA '14) talks about her career at the Clinton Foundation and how her Baruch experience helped her achieve her professional goals ...

Ms. Perez-Katz Goes to Washington

Ms. Perez-Katz Goes to Washington

Alumna Lands Fellowship with the U.S. Department of Education

12/29/2015  |  No Comments

Alicia Perez-Katz (MSEd '06) is currently serving as a Principal Ambassador Fellow in Washington, DC. This unique fellowship, founded in 2013, brings local principals to our nation's capital for one year, allowing them to work alongside the U.S. Secretary of Education and other top officials to contribute to the national dialogue on public education. ...

Changing Lives Near and Far

Changing Lives Near and Far

Alumnus Launches Nonprofit to Boost Community Service

11/02/2015  |  No Comments

Alumnus Arthur Gurwitz (MBA ’77) founded nonprofit Art of Men to provide a simple and convenient way for people to find service projects in their neighborhoods ...