Baruch Basketball 2012-2013

March Madness – one of the most exciting times of the year for any sports fan. This year’s NCAA Tournament capped off what was one of the most exciting years in recent college basketball history. From all the massive upsets to the thrilling buzzer beaters, this season was jam packed with excitement. March Madness fully […]

Letter From The Editor — Thank You

Two years ago, I posed a question on a dry-erase board in the Macaulay CSI lounge: “What would you name a Macaulay newspaper?” Septopride was a popular contender, after Macaulay’s beloved unofficial mascot; others chimed in with Crimson, The Macaulian, The Macaulay Web, Campus Connection, and The MacNews. Ultimately, Patrick Granata (Staten Island ’14) suggested […]

Polls, Superstitions Predict Election Outcome

While many nationwide polls report a statistical tie between President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney, some Americans are examining other indicators to predict the winner of the 2012 presidential election. From merchandise sales to cookie recipe contests, here are some strange and unscientific, yet seemingly accurate predictors of presidential elections. The Redskins Rule Tradition […]

The Disgruntled Voter

And so we have come to a time for choosing.  In what is rarely a commonplace occurrence among the nations of the Earth, America has prided itself in the peaceful transfer of authority.  Every four years, the duty of selecting our next Commander-in-Chief falls on the shoulders of none other than We the People. We […]

Election 2012 — The Issues

Voters have been rallying behind their candidates as the 2012 presidential election season is in full swing; however, some voters still remain undecided, and others would just like to learn more about the other candidates on the ballot. The Macaulay Messenger’s guide to the 2012 presidential election breaks down the beliefs of each candidate on […]