Baruch College

Baruch College is regularly featured in the media — in print, online and on radio and TV. Below are links to recent stories — from The New York Times to PBS — that illustrate the breadth of activity at Baruch College, the expertise of our faculty and staff and the commitment of our students.

Members of the media who have questions about Baruch College or wish to speak with a faculty member should contact a member of the Office of Communications and Marketing:
• Christina Latouf: 646-660-6114;
• Jennifer Pauly: 646-660-6129;
• Zane Berzins: 646-660-6113;

See the Baruch College press release archive

The Steven L. Newman Real Estate Institute at Baruch College answers readers’ questions about the Gowanus Canal.

The New York Times
Ask About the Gowanus Canal
March 2010

Baruch College students offer free tax preparation at sites throughout New York City.

WCBSTV: Baruch Students Offer Free Tax Prep Help (3/2/10)

NY1: Get Tax Filing Help Without The Huge Fee (3/11/10)

Baruch College faculty provide insight into New York State political scene.

New York Politics Riled by Ethical Scandals (3/3/10)

WCBS: Book: Spitzer Put On Suicide Watch During Scandal (3/5/10)

Baruch College professor Carolle Charles on the Haitian diaspora.

The New York Times
NY Haitians See Chance for Clout


The global economic crisis becomes a learning opportunity at Baruch.

The New York Times
Colleges Turn the Economic Crisis Into a Lesson Plan

Baruch College is recognized as an authority on entrepreneurship and small business.

Crain's New York Business: Study Finds NY Entrepreneurship Lagging Nation (11/18/09)

College Entrepreneurship Programs Expand (10/14/09)

Baruch College faculty and staff weigh in on critical issues in higher education.

The New York Times:
LETTER; Keeping College Affordable

LETTER; College Student Success (9/16/09)

Dean John Elliott offers the latest perspective on the financial outlook from business leaders.

Bloomberg TV
CFO Quarterly Outlook Survey