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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 ...

Muffin Ventured, Muffin Gained

Muffin Ventured, Muffin Gained

Robin Koval (MBA ’83) on Taking Risks, Hanging Tough, and Playing Nice

12/02/2013  |  No Comments

This alumna advises us all to combine essential “nice” skills with a healthy dose of grit. In her experience, being gutsy, resilient, and tenacious is the real secret of success ...

Gerald E. Scorse (MBA ’75) on His

Gerald E. Scorse (MBA ’75) on His “Charmed Life in the Tax Wars”

The Part He Played in Changing the Federal Tax Code

11/26/2013  |  No Comments

This alumnus demonstrates that we can affect federal law if we work at it ...

Philanthropist Larry Zicklin (’57) Reflects

Philanthropist Larry Zicklin (’57) Reflects

15th Anniversary Q&A

10/18/2013  |  No Comments

In 1998 this alumnus added his signature—his name—to Baruch College and its dreams. Now the face of the Zicklin School of Business, Larry Zicklin sat down with BCAM to share some of his reflections on that time and this ...

On the 15th Anniversary of the Naming of the Zicklin and Weissman Schools

On the 15th Anniversary of the Naming of the Zicklin and Weissman Schools

An Interview with Matthew Goldstein

11/08/2013  |  No Comments

Learn why past Baruch President and CUNY Chancellor Emeritus says, “It wasn’t until George Weissman and Larry Zicklin made their significant eight-figure gifts that people started paying attention to Baruch” ...

Mistaken Identity Profits One

Mistaken Identity Profits One

Norman Strauss (’63, MBA ’69) Tells Tale of Briloff Class

10/01/2013  |  No Comments

Distinguished Lecturer and alumnus Norman Strauss (’63, MBA ’69) recalls a fateful first day of graduate school in the classroom of legendary Accountancy Professor Abe Briloff (’37, MSEd ’41) ...

My Favorite Baruch Professor

My Favorite Baruch Professor

Judy Grosz Shapiro (’78) on the History Department's Stanley Buder

11/06/2013  |  No Comments

This entrepreneur makes a pitch for the study of history as " the best training for a marketer" ...

Adviser to Presidents Advises: Go Easy on Backflips in Your Golden Years

Adviser to Presidents Advises: Go Easy on Backflips in Your Golden Years

Richard Lazar (’56) Shares a Memory of Bernard Baruch

11/06/2013  |  No Comments

Refrain from doing backward somersaults past the age of 80, advised Bernard Baruch to students in the 1950s ...

An Elevator Memory from Seymour “Sy” Passman (’55)

An Elevator Memory from Seymour “Sy” Passman (’55)

My Close Encounter with Bernard Baruch

10/01/2013  |  No Comments

An alumnus from the Class of 1955 shares an "impactful" moment on campus with College namesake, our own gentle giant, Bernard M. Baruch ...

Student Diary

Student Diary

Or, What I Did Last Summer

09/10/2013  |  No Comments

This Zicklin School of Business School senior and APO Scholarship winner explored the world beyond 17 Lex and NYC during Summer 2013 ...

Elevator Memories Part 2

Elevator Memories Part 2

More Memories & Memorabilia of That Quintessential Transport

08/22/2013  |  No Comments

More alumni magazine readers are inspired to share their stories of 17 Lex elevators and elevator operators ...

Putting The Reporter “To Bed”

Putting The Reporter “To Bed”

Grace Lichtenstein Salant (’47) Remembers P.M.-Session Newspaper

10/01/2013  |  No Comments

Recalling scissors, glue, and late nights at the printer, alumna Grace Lichtenstein Salant (’47) shares her student memories of the evening-session newspaper The Reporter ...