Company Visits are Huge!

By Danielle Hemsley & Justyn Makarewycz Snow, slush and ice were no match for Zicklin Graduate students on a mission to learn, network and further develop their professional development with a visit to a full-service, interactive agency specializing in transforming brands and growing businesses. On Friday, March 8, 2013, a group of 30 MBA and MS … Continue reading

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Networking at STIX

By Papa Baffour-Awuah and Peter Hlinka Last month the Association for International Business (AIB) hosted a Business Networking Cocktail for Baruch’s alumni and graduate communities at STIX Mediterranean Grill on 23rd street. The event began at 7:30pm and lasted until 10:30pm, and had well over 60 in attendance. Even with the uncooperative weather several alumni … Continue reading

1st Place in Santander Global Awareness Awards

Exchange to Extraordinary – International Education at Baruch By Daniel Boardman & Jiewen Yin Thursday, November 29 – Zicklin School of Business’s Association for International Business (AIB), a graduate student organization, was recognized by a board of judges led by Professor Richard Mitten at the awards ceremony for the Sovereign Bank/Santander Universities Global Awareness Competition. International … Continue reading

Trail Talk: More Simple Gear Ideas for a More Enjoyable Hike

Trail Talk: More Simple Gear Ideas for a More Enjoyable Hike by Russ Winkler With the holiday of Independence Day approaching next Wednesday, many will have the opportunity to use the day off to hit the trails and enjoy one the endless hikes in this ‘land of the free and home of the brave’.   To … Continue reading

Trail Talk: Russ’s ‘Other’ Ten Essentials

Trail Talk: Russ’s ‘Other’ Ten Essentials by Russ Winkler This Saturday, June 9, is National Get Outdoors Day: http://www.nationalgetoutdoorsday.org/ . In preparation for getting outdoors and enjoying the natural world safely I am continuing the series on hiking I started last week. Last week I covered the ten essentials, the short list of what you … Continue reading

Escape the city for a Day

Summer is here!  School is out (well for most of us).  There is actually time to do some fun things we don’t get to do during the semester.  While the city is full of culture, fun, sites, lights, and those sexy skyscrapers, let me suggest escaping the city for a little while.  A day to … Continue reading

Trail Talk: The Ten Essentials for Hiking

Trail Talk: The Ten Essentials of Hiking by Russ Winkler This Saturday, June 2, is National Trails Day: http://www.americanhiking.org/national-trails-day/ and next Saturday, June 9, is National Get Outdoors Day: http://www.nationalgetoutdoorsday.org/ . In honor of, and hopefully in preparation for, these days of outdoor activity I am offering a series of information pieces about what you … Continue reading

Follow Up – Escalator Etiquette: A Rant

Spotted: 53rd and Lexington station coming up from the E/M platform….FAIL Tick tock, people. Time to get to work. Original Post: https://gradbaruchian.com/2011/10/05/escalator-etiquette-a-rant/

Escalator Etiquette: A Rant

Throughout history society has dictated a number of social norms: don’t chew with your mouth open, cover your mouth before you sneeze, wash your hands before leaving the lavatory. Then there are rules that are learned such as the rules of the road. Even if in a certain country people drive on the other side … Continue reading

Welcome Back! Spring ’11 Semester

Welcome back to Baruch everyone! New students and current, get ready for another hectic and exciting semester. There’s no better way to get the semester back in gear than attending the Baruch Graduate Social Meet ‘n’ Greet tonight at Solas. Come and meet new students and catch up with old ones over a drink and … Continue reading