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Academic Advisement

HERITAGE MONTH LEADERSHIP SERIES

Join Student Life, Black & Latino Studies Department, History Department & the Women's & Gender Studies Program, on exciting trips related to celebrated Heritage Months. Engage with Baruch College Faculty and Student Affairs Educators as we bring historical experience to life.

SPRING 2017 SERIES

EXPLORING ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN HERITAGE
Day Trip in New York City | Friday, May 5, 2017

Montage: Bruce Lee, Vera Wang, Wataru Misaka, Anna May Wong

Take an exciting culinary and cultural journey around China without leaving NYC! Join us on a walking tour to MOCA (Museum of Chinese in America). Come and learn about the neighborhood and the diverse cooking styles of Chinese cuisine. Participants will get to sample regional dishes such as roasted pork buns, lamb burgers, dim sum and more!

Limited Seats! RSVP at Student Life. Complete the waiver here.

 

PREVIOUS HERITAGE MONTH TRIPS

BLACK HISTORY MONTH TRIP TO WASHINGTON D.C.
Friday, February 24, 2017

Baruch students, Student Life staff, and faculty outside the National Museum

In celebration of Black History Month 2017, Dr. Allison Curseen, assistant professor of English, and 41 Baruch students traveled to the Smithsonian's new National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C. Led by Student Affairs Educators in the Office of Student Life, this trip was part of the Student Life Heritage Month Leadership Series, an ongoing initiative to celebrate Baruch's multicultural heritage through co-curricular off-campus programs.

CELEBRATING WOMEN'S RIGHTS Trip to Philadelphia, PA
Friday, March 24, 2017

Group shot of Baruch students outside the National Constitution Center.

25 students attended the Celebrating Women's Rights trip to Philadelphia, PA. Students visited the National Constitution Center, the Liberty Bell, and the Betsey Ross House to learn more about the role women played in American history. A cheesesteak was part of the authentic Philly experience!

A TASTE OF NYC'S LGBT CULTURE
Friday, October 28, 2016

A group of seven students visited the Gay Liberation Monument & the Stonewall Inn, partook in a faculty-led LGBT history discussion, stopped for a snack at Big Gay Ice Cream shop and joined in a guided tour of the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art. It truly was a “taste” of New York City’s LGBT culture!

CELEBRATING LATINO CULTURE THROUGH SERVICE
Friday, September 30, 2016

In celebration of Latino Heritage Month, six student volunteers and two student affairs educators participated in a dinner service at the Food Bank’s West Harlem Community Kitchen Food Bank. LHM's theme "There's Power in Unity: We Stand United" speaks to the importance of putting aside cultural differences to come together and strengthen our local community.

Thank you to our volunteers!

Six Baruch students and two student affairs educators at the Food Bank for New York City.

 

More details about other trips will be posted soon!

The Student Life Heritage Month Leadership Series is part of an ongoing initiative to celebrate the rich multicultural heritage of the Baruch College community.