When class of 1947 alumnus William Newman made a $5 million gift to his alma mater in 1993, its impact was immediate and seismic. At the time, it was the second-largest gift ever received by The City University of New York (CUNY), surpassed only by the 1965 bequest from the College’s namesake, Bernard M. Baruch.
Baruch College mourns the loss of Gerald Milton Lotenberg ('49), a World War II veteran who passed away peacefully on March 13, 2019. Mr. Lotenberg had been looking forward to attending what would have been his 70th reunion of graduating from Baruch College this June.
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.
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.
Baruch College offers its condolences to the family and friends of the more than 80 alumni
The College acknowledges the loss of more than 100 alumni, from the Class of 1939 to the Class of 2012
This notable accountancy professor and alumnus is remembered by a longtime friend and colleague
The College community mourns the loss of more than 80 alumni
The College says goodbye to one of its most-respected alumni and to 75 other Baruchians
The College remembers more than 80 alumni who died in 2013