5 Golden Jubilee Reunion
Celebrates First “Baruch” Grads
The legendary New York Giants won the World Series and celebrated
author JRR Tolkein published his mammoth Fellowship of
the Ring in the same year that the Class of 1954 made
history as the first to graduate from the newly named Baruch
School of Business and Public Administration.
On June 5, alumni from all classes will attend the Golden Jubilee Reunion, to be held in the Newman Vertical Campus. Highlights include a cocktail party accompanied by a jazz pianist at 5:00 PM, a dinner and dance with music provided by the Rainbow Room All-Stars Band at 6:00 PM, a tour of the award-winning Newman Vertical Campus and the William and Anita Newman Library, and, of course, an opportunity for alums from this year’s fiftieth reunion class to reminisce about their time at Baruch.
Expected participants in the evening’s activities include professors Irving Chaykin and Irving Gregor, who were in charge of house plans at Baruch during the 1950s; Bernard Baruch’s nephew, Terry Belamonte Frank; Matthew Goldstein, chancellor of the City University of New York; and Baruch College president Ned Regan.
Tickets for the entire event are $125 per person. For more information or to RSVP, call 646-312-2912 or send an e-mail message to email@example.com.