• Announcements
      • Reunion 2012 is Coming!
      • Baruch Policy Index Available Online to Faculty and Staff
      • Join the CUNY Campaign for 2012-2013!

  • Sports
    • • Men's Soccer Win CUNYAC Title; Defeats CCNY 3-1
      • Coach John Alesi Announces 2012-13 Men's Basketball Staff
      • Women's Cross Country Wins 4K St. John's Invitational Div. IIIII, CC Race
      • Women's Tennis Defeats Kean (5-4) For Season Win No. 7
  • Baruch Performing Arts Center Events
      Oct. 18-20: TeatroStageFest presents:
      Amarillo by Teatro Linea de Sombra (Multimedia Theater from Mexico)
      Oct. 20: TeatroStageFest’s Encuentro: A socio-political and artistic conference
      Oct. 20: David Leisner, NYC Classical Guitar Society International Artist Series
      Oct. 21: JAZZ CONCERT w/Jay Leonhart/Bass, Tomoko Ohno/Piano, and Avi Rothbard/Guitar
      Oct. 23: Anastasia Rizikov: Aaron Silberman Concert Series
      Oct. 23: A Pound of Flesh: Jews and the Renaissance
  • Calendar
    • Oct. 18: Film Screening: Focus on the Transgender Community
      Oct. 22: Final Presidential Debate Viewing
      Oct. 25: Katherine Vaz: Harman Writer-in-Residence Reading
      Oct. 23: Be Happy, Don’t Worry

Announcements

 Reunion 2012 is Coming!

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On Sunday, October 21, the Baruch College Office of Alumni Relations will sponsor Reunion 2012, recognizing the classes of ’42 ’52 ’62, and ‘87 as well as the 80th anniversary of the Ticker. Guests will reminisce and reconnect with classmates and friends while enjoying a gourmet meal, then applaud as distinguished alumni are honored with the Alumni Allegiance and Alumni of Distinction Awards.

This year’s event will also feature a lecture by SPA Dean David Birdsell, a walking tour of the Madison Square Park Neighborhood, and a jazz concert.  If you would like more information please click here.

 

Baruch Policy Index Available Online to Faculty and Staff

Baruch College’s Office of Legal Counsel announces the launch of the Baruch Policy Index (BPI), a new online resource for faculty and staff.  The BPI contains many of the approved and widely used College and CUNY policies, memoranda, procedures, and regulations. The documents compiled in the BPI serve as part of the College's effort to improve the accessibility of this information to the Baruch community and the public. The Office of Legal Counsel will be responsible for updating, editing, or amending the content available in the BPI. 

The BPI can be found directly here, or you can access it through the link on the Baruch Faculty & Staff web page.

If you have any questions or comments regarding the information contained on the site, please contact the site administrator, Shamik Mitchell, via email at Shamik.Mitchell@baruch.cuny.edu

 

Join the CUNY Campaign for 2012-2013!

The City University’s only all-campus donation drive, the CUNY Campaign is opportunity for faculty and staff to donate to participating charities through direct payroll deductions. You can support any number of special nonprofits near to your heart.  

Your donation, of any size, makes a huge difference!

· Go here.

· Complete the pledge form and return it to Baruch College Campus Coordinator Hillary Cohen via Hillary.Cohen@baruch.cuny.edu, interoffice mailbox A1603, or in person in room 1610 of 17Lex .

· Or donate online at the campaign site, with the help of the How To Pledge Online pdf there.

Contributions can be made through December 14th. Pledge before November 30th to enter the Early Bird raffle and a chance to win an Apple iPad 2!

Got questions? Contact Baruch College Campus Coordinator Hillary Cohen at (646) 660-6087 or Hillary.Cohen@baruch.cuny.edu.

 

Sports

Men's Soccer Win CUNYAC Title; Defeats CCNY 3-1

The men's soccer team defeated the Beavers of CCNY, 3-1, in a CUNYAC home match played on Wednesday night at the Met Oval in Maspeth, New York. With the result, the Bearcats win the CUNYAC regular season championship in first place with an undefeated conference record of 6-0-2. For more click here.

Coach John Alesi Announces 2012-13 Men's Basketball Staff

Head Men's Basketball Coach John Alesi '03 has announced his coaching staff for the upcoming 2012 season that will begin on Friday, November 16, at the Radisson Scranton Invitational with a season-opening game against York College of Pennsylvania.

Women's Cross Country Wins 4K St. John's Invitational Div. II–III, CC Race

The women's cross country team won the 4K St. John's Invitational on Sunday morning in the Div. II, III, Community College divisional race.

Women's Tennis Defeats Kean (5-4) For Season Win No. 7

The women’s tennis team defeated the Cougars of Kean University, 5-4, in a very highly competitive non-conference match played on Saturday afternoon at the U.S. National Tennis Center in Queens.

 

Baruch Performing Arts Center Events

TeatroStageFest presents:
Amarillo by Teatro Linea de Sombra (Multimedia Theater from Mexico)

Thursday, October 18, 2012 @ 8pm
Friday, October 19, 2012 @ 8pm
Saturday, October 20, 2012 @ 8pm
More information here.

TeatroStageFest’s Encuentro:
A socio-political and artistic conference

Saturday, October 20, 2012 @ 1pm
More information here.

David Leisner, NYC Classical Guitar Society International Artist Series

Saturday, October 20, 2012 @ 8pm
More information here.

JAZZ CONCERT w/Jay Leonhart/Bass, Tomoko Ohno/Piano, and Avi Rothbard/Guitar

Sunday, October 21, 2012 @ 2pm
More information here.

Anastasia Rizikov: Aaron Silberman Concert Series

Tuesday, October 23, 2012 @ 4pm
More information here.

A Pound of Flesh: Jews and the Renaissance

Thursday, October 25, 2012 @ 3pm
More information here.


Calendar

October 18, 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM Film Screening: Focus on the Transgender Community Thursday  

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Join us for a screening of "Becoming Chaz," a documentary about one of the most famous transgender people in modern pop culture. A discussion to follow the film.

Oct. 22, 8:30 pm, Final Presidential Debate Viewing

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Multi-purpose Room, Newman Vertical Campus

Join faculty, staff and students to witness the political excitement and watch the final televised 2012 U.S. Presidential Debate on campus, October 22.

The School of Public Affairs will present pre- and post-debate discussions by Baruch’s political experts, who will share their views on debate content and candidates’ performances. Election 2012 experts include: David Birdsell, Dean of the School of Public Affairs; Doug Muzzio, Professor of Public Affairs; Don Waisanen, Assistant Professor of Communication; Micheline Blum, Distinguished Lecturer and Director of Baruch College Survey Research; Hector Cordero-Guzman, Professor of Public Affairs; Eric Gander, Associate Professor of Public Argument; and David Hoffman, Associate Professor of Communication Studies. Click here to learn more.

October 23, 5 p.m., Katherine Vaz: Harman Writer-in-Residence Reading

Newman Conference Center, Asriel and Marie Rackow Conference Room (750).

As part of the Sidney Harman Writer-in-Residence Program, Katherine Vaz is an award-winning Portuguese-American fiction writer and a nonfiction writer for The New York Times will be conducting a reading and lecture. Vaz is the author of Saudade (St. Martin’s Press), which received critical acclaim as the first contemporary novel from a major New York publisher about Portuguese-Americans. Her book Mariana (HarperCollins) was selected by The Library of Congress as one of the Top 30 International Books of 1998, and published in seven editions in six languages and distributed in more than 100 countries.  Vaz is the first Portuguese-American to have her work recorded for the Library of Congress. Click here to register.

October 23, 7 – 10 p.m., Be Happy, Don’t Worry

Multi-purpose Room (1-107), first floor of the Newman Vertical Campus.

“Be Happy, Don’t Worry,” is an event, hosted by the Party at Baruch student club, that uses photography to promote emotional health and giving to the less fortunate. Baruchians will submit photos of anything that makes them happy. Photos will be compiled into a mural that will be displayed in the Multi-purpose Room of the Newman Vertical Campus. Before viewing the exhibit, all guests have the option to donate cans of food. For every can of food donated, guests can get a free raffle ticket for a gift card at the end of the night. All canned goods will be donated to the Food Bank of New York City. To learn more, click here.

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