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 […]


Baruch College, One of “Top 25 Schools for Entrepreneurship”

  Baruch College was ranked 6th on the 2016 Top Undergraduate Schools for Entrepreneurship list by The Princeton Review. This is the eighth consecutive year that Baruch was included in either or both undergraduate and graduate lists.  The Zicklin Graduate School of Business was ranked 9th on the Graduate list. Between May and August of 2015, The Princeton Review […]

Teatro Círculo Comes to Baruch’s Nagelberg Theater

For nine days only, Teatro Círculo, the popular Hispanic theater group, recreated Carmena Rivera’s La caída de Rafael Trujillo at Baruch College’s Nagelberg Theater. La Caída de Rafael Trujillo, or The Fall of Rafael Trujillo, tells the story of the oppressed peoples in the Dominican Republic under the leadership of Rafael Trujillo. Throughout his time as dictator of […]

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 […]

Baruch Tennis 2012-2013

There is much excitement surrounding this year’s Baruch tennis squad, as they are coming off an unbelievably successful year. The expectations are higher than ever as the teams looking to improve upon a season in which they were CUNYAC (City University of New York Athletic Conference) Tournament champions, CUNYAC regular season champions, and they even […]

The CUNY Swimming Dynasty

Michael Phelps’ eight gold medals. Natalie Coughlin’s evolution into an international superstar. Record-breaking performances and thrilling finishes. The 2008 Beijing Olympics brought swimming to the American sporting culture forefront and finally, one of CUNY’s most anticipated seasons is upon us. As we prepare for the 2012 London Olympics, the CUNYAC women’s swimming and diving season […]

CUNY with the Spike!

With the 2011 CUNY Men’s volleyball season reaching its home stretch, it is fair to say that this season was a special one. After going 34-14 in the regular season, including a dominating conference record of 14-0, The Baruch College Bearcats were selected to represent the North East Collegiate Volleyball Association in the Molten Final […]

ePermit Anyone?

This semester, I took my Macaulay Honors seminar on ePermit at Baruch College instead of my home campus, Brooklyn College.  Overall it was a great experience; I met lots of new kids from Macaulay/Baruch and I experience college in Manhattan. It wasn’t easy at first, though. I was joining a group of people who already […]