One of the 20th century’s most famous American writers was a Baruchian before he was a Pulitzer Prize winner
Alumni Bookshelf: Breakthrough
One of the world’s first diabetics to be successfully treated with insulin is the subject of Breakthrough: Elizabeth Hughes, the Discovery of Insulin, and the Making of a Medical Miracle, co-authored by Arthur Ainsberg (’68, MBA ’72)
Which Popular Snack Food Was Created by a Baruch Alumnus?
The addictive air-puffed, cheese-flavored snack was developed by Morrie Yohai (’41)
In Memoriam: Summer-Fall 2010
Baruch College offers a small remembrance of more than 100 alumni who passed away in Summer and Fall 2010
Remembering Funnyman Bernie West
“Bernie was an unforgettable character,” says CUNY Chancellor Matthew Goldstein. “He made you laugh, and he made you think."