Former Athletic Coach and Director Charged with Embezzlement

The former women’s basketball coach and assistant athletics director of Baruch College, Machli Joseph, is charged with one count of embezzlement and misapplication of a program receiving funds. In mid-February, Joseph was caught stealing $600,000, an amount designated for use by the school’s athletic teams. Unauthorized, the former Bearcat used the money to credit his […]


New York City under High Traffic Alert

Gridlock in New York City has come to an ultimate high this holiday season.  The hustle and bustle of holiday decorating in conjunction with the election of a candidate who hails from New York, has placed the metropolitan hub and economic center into a major traffic alert zone. In accordance with the New York City […]


Baruch Celebrates Halloween with Renovated Food and Beverage Mart

Halloween at the William & Anita Newman Vertical Campus was anything but haunted; Baruch introduced “Avenue C,” the college’s freshly-designed, pioneer food and beverage multipurpose mart, to students, faculty, and campus visitors. Centrally located in the main dining hall on the first floor of the main building, the well-anticipated café mart has reopened with a […]


Panel on Native American Imagery in North American Sports Causes Controversy

The Robert Zicklin Center for Corporate Integrity hosts a plethora of events which feature guest speakers from a variety of fields who convene to discuss contemporary national issues regarding corporate integrity.  According to its published program, the center’s “focuses of discussion include: transparency of corporate reporting, corporate governance, the examination of legal and ethical corporate […]


Chelsea Bombing: Safety in the Aftermath

The “Chelsea Bombing” wreaked havoc on the city on September 17th, instilling fear into Baruch students and New Yorkers alike on the same day the city began welcoming diplomats from across the globe to the city’s annual United Nations Week.  Recognized as “an act of terror” by Mayor Bill de Blasio, security watch came to […]


April Sports Recap!

April Sports Friday, April 1st, Men’s Volleyball LOSES to Springfield College Score: 0-3 Men’s Tennis LOSES to Yeshiva University Score: 1-8 Saturday, April 2nd,   Men’s Tennis WINS against Pratt Institute Score: 8-1 Tuesday, April 5th    Men’s Baseball LOSES to John Jay College Score: 0-9 Men’s Tennis WINS against John Jay College Score: 9-0 Men’s Volleyball WINS […]


May Sports Recap!

Thursday, May 5th Men’s Baseball WINS against Brooklyn College Score: 10-2 Men’s Tennis WINS against John Jay College Score: 5-0 Men’s Baseball WINS against Brooklyn College Score: 14-1 Saturday, May 7th Men’s Baseball WINS against Lehman College Score: 8-5 Women’s Softball WINS against Lehman College Score: 9-7 Men’s Baseball WINS against College of Staten Island […]

Goldwater Scholars Spotlight

Goldwater Scholars Spotlight By: Vickie Savvides and Christine Hirt After receiving a nomination by her Macaulay advisor, Tamar Lichter of Queens College was granted the Barry Goldwater Scholarship, a pristine award provided to college students who intend to pursue research careers in mathematics, science, and engineering. Lichter who grew up in Long Island, had originally […]