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The Ticker Jul 5
Golden Key has been labeled inactive as a club by the Office of Student Life, after having trouble electing an executive board for the 2019-2020 school year. It is still unclear why exactly Golden Key was unable to elect an e-board.
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The Ticker Jul 5
The new OMNY technology will allow commuters to tap their phones or certain credit cards onto scanners in front of MTA turnstiles instead of having to swipe a MetroCard to get in.
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The Ticker Jul 3
Despite student protests leading up to the June 24 Board of Trustees vote, the $200 tuition hike was approved and will go into effect starting with the fall 2019 semester.
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The Ticker May 20
BREAKING: Baruch Bash 2019 has been cancelled. OSL cites "complications with insurance, legal and many other aspects above us" as the reason for its cancellation.
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The Ticker May 16
USG second election leads to four position changes
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The Ticker May 16
MealPal is an app that essentially works like a meal plan, which allows its users to choose their meals from various restaurants.
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The Ticker May 14
The Baruch Bearcats clinched three CUNYAC titles in the span of three weeks, with the men's baseball, tennis and volleyball teams winning conference titles and punching their tickets to the 2019 NCAA Tournament in their respective sports.
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The Ticker May 13
USG’s final event of the year, “Great Artists Steal,” showcased the artistic talent of Baruch students by bringing together various artists from across the school for stellar performances.
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The Ticker May 10
If you had any issues voting during the recent USG election(long wait times, technical difficulties, etc) please fill out the form below:
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The Ticker May 10
After six weeks of learning, designing and building, 13 teams of CUNY student entrepreneurs presented their projects in front of a panel of judges at CUNY Startups Demo Day 2019
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The Ticker May 9
A workshop focused on the mental health of Asian-American students discussed how stigma can affect receiving treatment.
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The Ticker May 9
Opinion: It’s understandable that people want to avoid movie and TV show spoilers, so their watching experience is not ruined, but the obsession with avoiding spoilers is a problematic one.
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The Ticker May 8
If you had any issues voting during the recent USG election(long wait times, technical difficulties, etc) please fill out the form below:
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The Ticker May 8
Google and Apple lead the future prospect of gaming as they announce ambitious plans to build virtual stadiums readily available for everyone to enjoy.
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The Ticker May 8
Baruch College's annual "Spring Fling" was hosted on May 2 by WBMB in the gym. In addition, the Office of Student Life held a carnival during club hours.
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The Ticker May 7
The Office of Student Life confirmed that there will be a second election for all USG representative senators, Student Media Council and Faculty/Student Disciplinary Committee positions due to the participation of ineligible voters in this year’s election.
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The Ticker May 7
BREAKING: The Office of Student Life confirms that there will be a second election for all Representative Senator, Student Media Council and Disciplinary Committee positions due to the participation of ineligible voters in this year’s election.
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The Ticker May 7
Baruch College's USG faced its sixth resignation this year, with the latest being VP of Legislative Affairs Navjot Pal Kaur, who resigned the week before spring break.
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The Ticker May 6
Disney is preparing to launch its own streaming network Disney+ this November.
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The Ticker May 6
On May 2, Baruch College’s Undergraduate Student Government held their biannual “Town Hall” to inform students of the goings-on around the current senate table.
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