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HISTORY OF BARUCH
PUBLIC EXHIBIT

BARUCH COLLEGE HISTORY UPDATE,
1988-2000

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"" Baruch College History 1988-2000 Introduction   ""
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As the 1980s drew to a close, Baruch College was a highly respected campus of the City University of New York.

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1.1 "" Baruch School Losing Chief Amid Unease   ""
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President Joel Segall announced his retirement after serving as President of Baruch College for thirteen years. [Samuel Weiss,
"Baruch School Losing Chief Amid Unease," New York Times, April 5, 1990, p.B1.]

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1.2 "" Minorities Charge Neglect of Ethnicity   ""
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  "" Black and Hispanic students at Baruch were asking the administration to hire more minority professors, make available more services for students, and also offer courses on non-Europeans. [Felicia R. Lee, "Minorities at Baruch College Charge Neglect of Ethnicity," New York Times, April 21, 1990, p.1.] "" image link
         
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1.3 "" Black-Hispanic Alumni Unit Approved by Baruch College   ""
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  "" The administration approved a separate black and Hispanic alumni association. [James Barron, "Black-Hispanic Alumni Unit Approved by Baruch College," New York Times, April 25, 1990, p.B5.] "" image link
         
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1.4 "" Baruch College Accreditation Renewed   ""
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  "" This notice announced the reaccreditaion of Baruch College. It was a year-long process which had finally come to an end. [From the collections of the Baruch College Archives, Baruch News, 6/27/90]

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1.5 "" Nobel Winner Salves a Bruised Baruch   ""
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  "" Harry M. Markowitz was awarded the Nobel Prize in Economic Science for developing a theory for diversifying assets in investment portfolios. [Samuel Weiss, "Nobel Winner Salves a Bruised Baruch," New York Times, October 18, 1990, p.B2.] "" image link
         
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1.6 "" Romare Beardon: Work with Paper (1991)   ""
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  "" Many excellent exhibits were mounted in the Baruch College Gallery in the 1990's under the direction of Dr. Sandra Kraskin, Gallery Director. Curated by Julia Hotton, the gallery exhibited the work of Romare Bearden, a prominent 20th century American artist. [From the collection of the Baruch College Archives.] "" image link
         
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1.7 "" Statistics Add Up for Baruch's Chief   ""
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  "" Matthew Goldstein was selected as the new President of Baruch College in 1991. He was returning to the college where he had taught statistics beginning in 1974. [Linda Moss, "Statistics Add Up for Baruch's Chief," Crain's New York Business, July 8, 1991, p.13] "" image link
         
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1.8 "" Black History and Artistry   ""
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  "" This exhibit was to celebrate Black History Month in 1993. The collection consists of works by self-taught artists. [Sandra Krashkin, curator, "Black History and Artistry," Sidney Mishkin Gallery, Baruch College, CUNY, February 5 to March 4, 1993. From the collections of the Baruch College Archives] "" image link
         
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1.9 "" Baruch College 25th Anniversary Celebration   ""
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  "" To mark the 25th anniversary of Baruch College as a separate campus of the City University of New York, Professor Sandra Roff, College Archivist, curated an exhibit providing an overview of the history of the college. [Sandra Roff, curator,"The Heritage of Baruch College: A 25th Anniversary Celebration," Sidney Mishkin Gallery, October 27, 1993. From the collections of the Baruch College Archives] "" image link
         
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1.10 "" Cable-Car College   ""
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  "" The new Baruch College library opened in September of 1994. Many articles appeared which praised the new facility. [Charles K. Hoyt, "Cable-Car College," Architectural Record, Feb. 1, 1995] "" image link
         
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1.11 "" On Comtemplating the New Library and Technology Center(c. 1994)   ""
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  "" Former President Joel Segall wrote a poem in honor of the new library and technology center. [Joel Segall, "On Contemplating the New Library and Technology Center." From the collections of the Baruch College Archives] "" image link
         
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1.12 "" The New Campus Library and Technology Center(c. 1994)   ""
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  "" The new campus was built to include a conference center, a computer and technology center, the library and administrative services. This was the first step in providing an indoor campus for an urban college. [From the collections of the Baruch College Archives] "" image link
         
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1.13 "" Fourth Annual State of the College Address   ""
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  "" President Goldstein outlined the perceptions of Baruch, the college governance, building Baruch's image and identity as well as development initiatives and other subjects of interest to the Baruch community. [Matthew Goldstein, President, "Fourth Annual State of the College Address," Baruch College, October 27, 1994. From the collections of the Baruch College Archives] "" image link
         
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1.14 "" Realty Institute Gets First Director   ""
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  "" In 1995 Baruch College established the Steven L. Newman Real Estate Institute after the college received a 1 million dollar endowment from William Newman and his wife. After an extensive search Henry Wollman, an architect and developer was named the first director of the Institute. ["Realty Institute Gets First Director," New York Times, August 18, 1996, p.R1] "" image link
         
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1.15 "" An Urban Campus Begun for Baruch   ""
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  "" Ground was finally broken for the academic complex which was to built on 24th Street between 3rd Avenue and Lexington Avenue. ["An Urban Campus Begun for Baruch," New York Times, June 22, 1997 , p. R1] "" image link
         
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1.16 "" Taking Care of Small Business(April, 1994)   ""
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  "" The Small Business Lab began in September 1993 after the college received a $200,000 grant from CUNY's Workforce Development Initiative and from Lehman Brothers and Coopers & Lybrand. The Lab offers training and counseling for New York City residents interested in improving their small businesses or starting new ones. [From the collections of the Baruch College Archives] "" image link
         
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1.17 "" Baruch Today (Spring/Summer 1997)   ""
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  "" This issue of Baruch Today commemorates the anniversary of the founding of the Free Academy at 23rd Street and Lexington Avenue in 1847. An article appears highlighting examples of archival materials used in a circulating exhibit on the history of the college, curated by CUNY archivists--Professor Sandra Roff, Professor Anthony Cucchiara and Professor Barbara Dunlap. [From the collections of the Baruch College Archives] "" image link
         
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1.18 "" 150th Anniversary of the City University of New York   ""
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  "" This brochure accompanied a traveling exhibit mounted to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the founding of the Free Academy. The exhibit used images to illustrate the rich history of the past 150 years by highlighting the activities in and out of the classroom. This publication won an honorable mention in the 1998 Museum Publications Design Competition from the American Association of Museums. [Sandra Roff, Anthony Cucchiara and Barbara Dunlap. From the collections of the Baruch College Archives] "" image link
         
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1.19 "" Baruch's Leader that System Must Follow   ""
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  "" Baruch received recognition as one of the shining lights at the City University of New York. It is praised for its admission standards, the donations given by alumni, and the services provided by the library. [David Saltonstall, "Best Gets Better/Baruch's the Leader that System Must Follow," New York Daily News, November 30, 1997] "" image link
         
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1.20 "" Baruch Pledged Record Cash Gift as President Departs   ""
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  "" Carol and Lawrence Zicklin announced that they are donating $18 million to the Baruch School of Business. [Karen W. Arenson, "Baruch is Pledged Record Cash Gift as President Departs," New York Times, March 4, 1998, p.B9] "" image link
         
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1.21 "" School of Business Renamed to Honor $18 million Benefactor   ""
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  "" The Board of Trustees decided to allow the name change of the School of Business to the Zicklin School of Business at Baruch in honor of Larry and Carol Zicklin who pledged $18 million for the school. ["Baruch College School of Business Is Renamed to Honor $18 Million Benefactor," PR Newswire, March 23, 1998] "" image link
         
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1.22 "" Charitable Works   ""
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  "" The Steven L. Newman Hall was dedicated in October 1999 at Baruch. The Steven L. Newman Real Estate Institute was established in 1995 with the gift from the Newman's. [Lois Weiss, "Charitable Works," Real Estate Weekly, October 27, 1999] "" image link
         
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1.23 "" Baruch Creates State-of-the-Art Trading Laboratory   ""
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  "" The Subotnick Center was opened in 1999 and rivaled trading floors such as MIT, Bentley College, Carnegie-Mellon University, the Illinois Institute of Technology and the University of Texas. [Michael Forman, "Baruch Creates State-of-the-Art Trading Laboratory," Securities Industry News, July 12, 1999] "" image link
         
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1.24 "" Subotnick Financial Services Center(C.1999)   ""
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  "" The Zicklin School of Business is the only business school in New York area to offer a fully equipped trading floor for students. [Subotnick Financial Services Center. Bert W. and Sandra Wasserman Trading Floor. From the collection of the Baruch College Archives] "" image link
         
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1.25 "" Oldest U.S. Classroom Teacher   ""
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  "" Law Professor Abe Goldstein was interviewed on television because he was the oldest person known teaching in a classroom in America. At 100, he reflected back to the beginning of his Baruch connection--70 years ago. [Steve Anderson, Diane Sawyer, "Oldest U.S. Classroom Teacher" interview with Abe Goldstein on ABC News: Good Morning America, May 7, 1999] "" image link
         
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1.26 "" Presidents' Inaugural Dinner   ""
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  "" Ned Reagan was appointed the new president of Baruch College in March 2000. With our new president there is the promise of another century of continued growth. [ "Presidents' Inaugural Dinner, Baruch College. September 13, 2000." From the collection of the Baruch College Archives] "" image link
         
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1.27 "" Baruch College: The Newman Vertical Campus(c. 2001)   ""
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  "" The long awaited new academic complex opened in the Fall of 2001. The 21st century began with a facility which integrated for the first time all faculty and staff offices and most of the classroom space for the Zicklin School of Business and the Weissman School of Arts and Sciences. [From the collection of the Baruch College Archives] "" image link
         
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