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No Substitute for Professor John Bauer

Richard Friedman (’72) on the Psychology Department Legend

03/18/2015  |  No Comments

This alumnus from the late sixties and early seventies describes what made one psychology professor popular: "his dynamic, sometimes blunt way of communicating psychological principles and concepts" ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 Spirit of CCNY in the Sky

The Spirit of CCNY in the Sky

Seventy Years Ago...

01/08/2014  |  No Comments

Two WWII marine vessels and one fighter plane proudly bore names close to the heart of Baruchians ...