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  • Baruch College’s Weissman Center Honored

    June 9, 2008 | Baruch College

    Baruch’s Weissman Center for International Business has been awarded the 2008 Certificate of Appreciation for Achievement in International Trade. Presented on May 19, the award recognizes foreign business partners, trade associations, U.S. government agencies, and other qualified entities for supporting U.S. export development, and for creating opportunities for businesses through trade. The Weissman Center was […]

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  • Baruch College and Merrill Lynch Announce Winners of the 2008 Entrepreneurship Competition

    May 21, 2008 | Baruch College

    iSight Media and the Blueskies Project have been announced as winning entries in the 2008 Baruch College & Merrill Lynch Entrepreneurship Competition. The annual competition, open to all Baruch students, their friends and business partners, takes place under the auspices of the Field Center for Entrepreneurship at Baruch College. Two teams of students, from Brooklyn […]

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  • Three Baruch Students Win Prestigious American Humanics Public Service Scholarships

    May 13, 2008 | Baruch College

    They’re the next generation of leaders in the public administration and non-profit sectors of society. Their deep commitment and dedication to helping others, and to giving back to the community, has brought three Baruch College students recognition, and a $4,500 scholarship each, thanks to the generosity of the American Humanics (AH) Next Generation Nonprofit Leaders […]

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  • ‘So Much Sex, So Much Politics, So Much War? What’s Fit to Print?’ Clark Hoyt, Public Editor of the New York Times, at Baruch May 5

    May 5, 2008 | Baruch College

    Do you love the New York Times for the breadth and depth of its coverage? Or do you think it favors the haves over the have-nots, acts as a mouthpiece for liberals, or covers your favorite presidential candidate unfairly? Clark Hoyt, whose job as public editor of the New York Times makes him the readers’ […]

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  • Baruch History Club’s Annual New York City Scavenger Hunt Scheduled For Saturday, May 3

    May 3, 2008 | Baruch College

    How well do you know historical sites in New York City? Test your knowledge, learn about the city, and have fun before finals at the Baruch College History Club’s annual scavenger hunt. Baruch students can compete as individuals or parts of teams with up to three members to find historic sites around town. The team […]

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  • Baruch Men’s Tennis Team Wins Seventh CUNYAC Title, Heads to NCAA Tournament

    April 30, 2008 | Baruch College

    The Baruch College Men’s tennis team hit the road this morning, as it heads to its second straight year playing in the NCAA tournament at Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine. The Bearcats clinched their spot after beating Hunter College last Saturday at the U.S. National Tennis Center in Queens, acing their seventh title as the […]

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  • ‘Contesting Culture: Battling Genres in the African Diaspora’ Conference on Fri., May 2

    April 28, 2008 | Baruch College

    West African religious rituals and hip-hop dance as practiced in the 21st century North America may seem to have little in common. In fact, they are linked by a tradition of aesthetic and spiritual dueling, exported by enslaved people to the African Diaspora and disseminated and revised in black communities from Haiti to Los Angeles […]

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  • Baruch Senior is Sole Undergraduate to Present at 2008 Mid Atlantic Chapter Meeting of the Society for Ethnomusicology

    April 18, 2008 | Baruch College

    Nicole Lee, a Baruch College senior in the William E. Macaulay Honors College at CUNY, was the only undergraduate to present a paper at the 2008 Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the Society for Ethnomusicology (MACSEM) in March. Held at Columbia University, the annual chapter meeting featured only 15 papers, the majority of which are by graduate […]

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  • Emanuel Saxe Symposium Honors Legendary Baruch Professor on Apr. 28

    April 18, 2008 | Baruch College

    A symposium honoring Baruch legend Emanuel Saxe (1902-1987) will take place at Baruch College on Monday, April 28, 2008 in the 14th floor Conference Center of the Newman Vertical Campus. The symposium is the final event of the Critical Perspectives on Accounting Conference (April 24-28) and spotlights the life and work of Manny Saxe, who […]

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  • Suitcase Paintings: Small Scale Abstract Expressionism at the Mishkin Gallery, May 2 – June 3

    April 18, 2008 | Baruch College

    This expansive, eye-opening exhibition of Abstract Expressionism writ small includes the work of fifty painters, some famous, others who have since drifted into obscurity. Each was part of the post-War Abstract Expressionist movement that revolutionized American art. Strikingly varied, the sixty-plus paintings and collages on view in Suitcase Paintings: Small Scale Abstract Expressionism confirm the […]

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