Online Exclusives

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 ...

Adjusting Our Bottom Line

Adjusting Our Bottom Line

Centenarian CPA Aaron Blecker (’36) Is New Oldest Baruch Alum

12/23/2014  |  No Comments

This alumnus from the class of 1936 contacted Baruch’s Office of Alumni Relations after reading the article about Miguel Cruz (’55), who was cited as the College’s and CUNY’s oldest alumnus. Blecker, born Jul. 27, 1911, is one week older than Cruz ...

Nobel Statesman Kofi Annan at Baruch

Nobel Statesman Kofi Annan at Baruch

12/29/2014  |  No Comments

On Oct. 23, 2014, Baruch College welcomed renowned global statesman H.E. Kofi Annan. His lecture—given in Mason Hall Auditorium at 17 Lexington Avenue—was co-sponsored by the Foreign Policy Association ...

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 ...

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 ...

CPA Bill Aiken (’63, MBA ’70)

CPA Bill Aiken (’63, MBA ’70)

On the African American Experience in Professional Accountancy

01/21/2015  |  No Comments

In honor of African American Heritage Month this February, read the story of CPA William (“Bill”) Aiken (’63, MBA ’70), who made and continues to make an impact on diversity in the world of public accounting ...

“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 ...

Seeds in the Snow

Seeds in the Snow

Natural Sciences Students See Conservation in Action

02/18/2015  |  No Comments

On an early February Friday, a day more appropriate for forming snowballs than seed balls, a Baruch professor and his class go to Queens for a Conservation Biology and Sustainable Development field trip ...

Poetic Tribute to Hy Gorenberg (’50)

Poetic Tribute to Hy Gorenberg (’50)

Accountancy Professor Retires After 54 Years

12/09/2014  |  No Comments

The friends, colleagues, and alumni who came out for long-serving Accountancy Professor Hyman Gorenberg's retirement party on Dec. 9, 2014, were treated to a poem in honor of the Baruchian by none other than his wife ...

Remembering the Beaver Statue Dedication & Mr. Baruch

Remembering the Beaver Statue Dedication & Mr. Baruch

by Dr. Anita A. Varesio Lohman (’62)

11/06/2014  |  No Comments

This alumna from the 1960s remembers an important day in the life of the College: the dedication of a statue honoring the then-mascot Bennie the Beaver. The bonus: Meeting college namesake Bernard Baruch ...