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HISTORY OF BARUCH
PUBLIC EXHIBIT

7. CLYDE WINGFIELD ARRIVES,
1971-1976

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7.1 "" Statement of Admissions Policy   Nov. 12, 1969    
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The new Open Admissions policy was a highly debated issue. In November 1969, the Board of Higher Education outlined the new plans. [Proceedings of the Board of Higher Education of the City of New York(1969). From the collection of the Baruch College Archives].

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7.2 "" Picture of Tony Ermilo, Spring 1972   ""
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Mr. Tony Ermilo was an elevator operator at Baruch for 23 years and was much loved by the Baruch College community. He was made honorary "Dean of Transportation" in April 1971. [From the collection of the Baruch College Archives.]

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7.3 "" "Labor Relations Seminars For Colleges and Universities" (c.1985)   ""
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  "" The National Center for the Study of Collective Bargaining in Higher Education was new program begun in the early 1970s. [National Center for the Study of Collective Bargaining in Higher Education and the Professions-Baruch College, CUNY. "Labor Relations Seminars For Colleges and Universities." C.1985. From the collections of the Baruch College Archives.] "" image link
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7.4 "" American Marketing Association (1972)   ""
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Clubs have always been a part of life at the muncipal colleges. At Baruch clubs that were linked to career paths were of particular interest. [From the Lexicon, 1972]

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7.5 "" "Fall '74 : The State of the College"    
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  "" 1974 worked the fifth year of its Open Admissions policy. Reflections on the college and what Open Admissions has meant for students, faculty, and administration are outlined in this article. [Baruch Today, September 24, 1974. From the collection of the Baruch College Archives.] "" image link
         
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7.6 "" New Lease Gives College Breathing Room    
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  "" Overcrowding of Baruch was a major concern and in 1975, 360 Park Avenue South leased eight floors to the college which would attempt to alleviate the problem. [Baruch Today, February 18, 1975. From the collection of the Baruch College Archives.] "" image link
         
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7.7 "" The End of a Tuition Free University  
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[From Proceeding of the Board of Higher Education of the City of New York, June 1, 1976. From the collection of the Baruch College Archives.]

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7.8 "" Apathy protest (1974)   ""
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The battle against tuition began in the late 1960s, when the issue surfaced, due to fiscal crisis, students at Baruch reached. [From Lexicon, 1974, From the collections of the Baruch College Archives.]

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7.9 "" First Baruch Phonathon Rings Up $25,000(1975)   ""
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  "" The success of the phonathon made it an annual event. Using non-tax levy funds was a way to supplement special programs at the college. [From Baruch Today, June 25, 1975. From the collections of the Baruch College Archives.] "" image link
         
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