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  • Baruch College MBA student Emily Rotella has partnered the College with Everybody Wins!, a national literacy and mentoring nonprofit group that brings volunteers to children for weekly one-on-one reading sessions. Find out more about Emily Rotella and Everybody Wins!
  • Five Baruch College students have been given the distinguished honor of being named American Humanics Next Generation Leaders as part of the NextGen Nonprofit Leaders program. Learn more about the NexGen program
  • For the second time this year, full-time Baruch College MBA students organized a workshop with nearby high school students to discuss financial issues like budgeting, smart credit card usage, investments and insurance. Find out more about the workshop
  • Silissa Kenney, journalism major and editor-in-chief of last year's Dollars & Sense, won a best-story writing award at a student journalism conference held in New York. More info on Silissa Kenney
  • The Weissman School of Arts and Sciences 2009 Colin Powell Fellows have completed their internships. More info on the 2009 Colin Powell Fellows
  • The Athletic Department inducted four individuals into the Baruch College Athletic Hall of Fame: Greg Clerkin (baseball), Len Mitchell (men’s basketball), Jamees Wright (women’s basketball) and Ralph Sirianni (equipment manager). More info on the Athletic Department inductees
  • Stacey Korolkova’s honors thesis on Mexican migrants in New York was judged the best senior thesis produced this year by a Macaulay Honors student in all of CUNY. More info on Stacey Korolkova