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HISTORY OF BARUCH
PUBLIC EXHIBIT

6. FIRST YEARS AND
A SHORT-TERM PRESIDENT, 1968-1970

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6.1 "" The Baruch College Fund, "Annual Report" (1970)   ""
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  "" The Baruch College Fund was established in 1969 to raise money for college activities which were not paid for by tax-levied money. [From the collections of the Baruch College Archives.] "" image link
         
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6.2 "" The Baruch College Fund, Assorted memos, by-laws etc. (1969)   ""
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  "" The Baruch College Fund according to the By-Laws was to "Grant and For Administrative Scholarships and Fellowships." From the collections of the Baruch College Archives.] "" image link
         
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6.3 "" Baruch College, The City University of New York. College Handbook, 1972-1973   ""
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  "" The College Handbooks were published to answer questions that students might have relating to every aspect of academic and social life at the college. [From the collections of the Baruch College Archives.] "" image link
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6.4 "" Baruch College, The City University of New York. College Handbook, 1973-1974   ""
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  "" Topics covered by the handbook ranged from health services to library hours -- all the information neccessary to navigate life at Baruch College. [From the collections of the Baruch College Archives.] "" image link
         
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6.5 "" Picture of student demonstration (1970)   ""
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  "" Students at the Baruch campus experienced a turbulent Spring 1970. Open Admissions in the City University of New York was instituted. On May 7, 1970 student protest at Kent State to the Vietnam War led to the shooting of four students. Students, faculty and administration at Baruch reacted to the events with sit-ins, boycotts etc. [From the collections of the Baruch College Archives.] "" image link
         
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6.6 "" Office of the President. Memos in reaction to Kent State, May 1970   ""
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  "" College and universities across the country tried to address the events at Kent State. At Baruch President Robert Weaver held a convocation. [From the collections of the Baruch College Archives.] "" image link
         
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6.7 "" Memorial Service Held for Kent Four [audio / special exhibit] (May 6, 1970)   ""
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  "" On May 6, 1970 a memorial service was organized at Baruch College for the students of Kent State. Students, faculty, and administration participated. This is a special exhibit containing audio, texts, and photos from events of that time. [From the collections of the Baruch College Archives.] "" image link
         
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6.8 "" Baruch College plans and procedures for dealing with open enrollment (September 1970)   ""
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  "" In September 1970 Open Admissions was instituted in the City University of New York. The number of entering students almost tripled which meant more demands on facilities, faculty and administration. [From the collections of the Baruch College Archives.] "" image link
         
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6.9 "" Picture of President Clyde Wingfield (c.1971)   ""
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President Clyde Wingfield assumed his position in 1971 and remained at Baruch until 1976. During his administration the college was reorganized, both graduate and undergraduate studies were strengthened and he established categories for alumni giving. [From the collections of the Baruch College Archives.]

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