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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 ...

Consciousness Raiser Tanuja Ramchal

Consciousness Raiser Tanuja Ramchal

Double Alumna Offers Tips for Living Your Best Life

06/13/2014  |  No Comments

The former finance major with an MBA in CIS jumped off the corporate ladder and embarked on a journey of self-discovery. Today, she's a lifestyle and productivity coach and the founder of The Conscious Life Project ...

Short Takes on First Jobs

13 Alumni Remember

06/25/2014  |  No Comments

With pride and good humor, Baruchians share their first-job stories as delivery boys, waitresses, clerical workers, and even a bumblebee mascot ...

Prepping for Success

Prepping for Success

Starr Center Director Patricia Imbimbo Talks Career Development

05/27/2014  |  No Comments

Curious about the debate around higher education and employment outcomes? With almost three decades of experience in the field of collegiate career development, Baruch's Dr. Particia Imbimbo weighs in on the changed employment landscape and on the internships, among other hot-button topics. Her goal: Help every Baruch undergrad get a good entry-level job ...

My First Job: Richard Friedman (’72)

My First Job: Richard Friedman (’72)

Cab Driver Becomes High School Teacher

08/28/2014  |  No Comments

This industrial psychology alumnus recalls his first job as a cab driver and the moment of inspiration that launched his teaching career ...

“My Unsung Personal Hero”

“My Unsung Personal Hero”

Bill Guzmán (’86) Remembers Professor Marshall Schneider

08/28/2014  |  No Comments

This ’80s alumnus writes a tribute to "one of the greatest professors I ever had the distinct pleasure and honor of knowing" ...

A Grossinger's Summer

A Grossinger’s Summer

A First Jobs Tale by Frederick Harrison (’55)

08/28/2014  |  No Comments

Step back in time with this alumnus, who evokes the golden days of the Catskills resorts of the 1950s. As resort cub reporter, Fred Harrison (’55) dishes on the era's celebrities, including Eddie Fisher and Rocky Marciano ...

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" ...

The Five First Jobs of Larry J. Levy (’55)

The Five First Jobs of Larry J. Levy (’55)

Magazines, Ice Cream, Printing Services, Catskills Entertaining—and the U.S. Army

08/28/2014  |  No Comments

Selling magazines on the corner at age 7, Good Humor man as a teen, salesman and resort entertainer in college, this Class of ’55 alumnus has quite the early resume ...

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” ...

Tribute to Living Legend Irving Greger

Tribute to Living Legend Irving Greger

Distinguished Alumna Inspired by Faculty Leader

09/02/2014  |  No Comments

An alumna from the Class of 1962 recalls how Baruch administrator Irving Greger's example changed her life ...

Going the Distance

Going the Distance

Alumni Take Marathons in Stride

10/07/2014  |  No Comments

Baruchians are known for going the distance. Alumni runners from the 1950s through the 2010s share their reasons and inspirations for challenging themselves ...

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 ...

The CPA and the Campus Queen

The CPA and the Campus Queen

Long-Wed Couple David Ribet (’44) and Pearl Gnesin Ribet (’46)

10/23/2014  |  No Comments

This alumni couple from the 1940s met in a business administration class ...

6 Insights from Fortune 500 CEO

6 Insights from Fortune 500 CEO

Colgate-Palmolive's Ian Cook Headlines Kossoff Lecture 2014

03/20/2014  |  No Comments

BCAM shares the words of this quotable Brit and CEO ...