Class Notes

Pulling All the Right Strings

Pulling All the Right Strings

Evan Kent (MPA '84)

12/19/2017  |  No Comments

Evan Kent is no dummy—although he has been known to use one on stage from time to time. Four years ago, he fulfilled a lifelong dream by moving to Jerusalem, where he teaches cantorial studies at Hebrew Union College and performs as an actor and puppeteer in local theater. ...

West's World

West’s World

Always Sunny

01/02/2018  |  No Comments

Sunnyville Stories is a smallpress comic about a very big world, and it’s all from the imagination of Mark Wiesner (’03), who publishes under the pseudonym Max West. ...

The Animal Kingdom Goes Corporate

The Animal Kingdom Goes Corporate

New Book by Rudy Waldner ('88) Explores the Corporate Jungle

01/19/2018  |  No Comments

udolf J. Waldner ('88) has enjoyed a successful career in management and marketing, but he's always found time to indulge... ...

In Memoriam: Amy Hagedorn (’58)

12/01/2016  |  No Comments

The College was saddened by the passing of Amy Hagedorn on September 8. The alumna was one of the first and among the most significant benefactors to Baruch’s Marxe School of Public and International Affairs (MSPIA). She was 79 years old. ...

Metamorphosis

Metamorphosis

Alumna Changes Lives in India

07/06/2017  |  No Comments

Harbani Rana ('07) is a trustee of the U.S. chapter of Butterflies, an international nonprofit dedicated to promoting education, skill development, and the overall health of Delhi’s street and working children. ...

Standing up for Lower Manhattan

Standing up for Lower Manhattan

Assemblymember Yuh-Line Niou (MPA '11)

07/06/2017  |  No Comments

Yuh-Line Niou (MPA '11) knows a secret about government: It enables every citizen to make a difference. Read more about this energetic assemblymember. ...

Titanic Opportunity

Titanic Opportunity

Paul Orbe (MPA '00) Explores the Deep Blue Sea

07/06/2017  |  No Comments

Paul Orbe (MPA '00), who teaches high school and college-level biology and chemistry in New Jersey, was one of 17 educators from around the world chosen to conduct research alongside Dr. Robert Ballard, best known for his discovery of the shipwrecked Titanic in 1985. ...

Everywhere Man

Everywhere Man

Career Diplomat Carlos Dos Santos (EMBA '99)

07/06/2017  |  No Comments

t’s been a whirlwind career for Carlos Dos Santos, who has represented his native Mozambique in such locations as the... ...

Painting Faces

Alumna's Memoir Explores the Rise of Women in the Workplace

07/13/2017  |  No Comments

Painting Faces, a memoir by Baruch alumna Frances F. Friedman ('48), explore the rise of women in the workplace - written by a woman who climbed the ladder to lead a major PR firm. ...

In Memoriam: Robert Silberberg (’55)

11/09/2017  |  No Comments

Longtime advertising and television executive, Robert "Bob" Silberberg (‘55), died peacefully with the same grace and dignity for which he was known, on October 26th, in Boynton Beach, Florida from pancreatic cancer. He was 83. He was a loving husband, father, grandfather, uncle, brother and friend. ...