News & Events



Join us on Tuesday, Oct. 17 for the upcoming Reading & Conversation with our Harman writer, Russell Shorto. He'll be reading an excerpt from his new book Revolutionary Song (releasing in November), and will talk about race and freedom, now and at the nation’s founding.

Marilyn Nelson IS Spring 2017 HARMAN

Nelson is the author or translator of 17 poetry books and the memoir How I Discovered Poetry. Her reading will take place on Tuesday, March 21.

Prof. Hallowell Interviewed ABOUT THE Importance oF Environmental reporting

Recently, Weissman Dean Aldermaro Romero talked with Prof. Christopher Hallowell about the importance of environmental journalism in today's world where environmental considerations so often influence economics, politics and business. Watch the video here.

Dollars & Sense Wins HoNors

The online student magazine published by Baruch College’s Department of Journalism and the Writing Professions has received two major awards.

STUDENTS TAke Second Cuba Reporting trip

Journalism students spent a week in Havana reporting on arts, culture and change. It was the second time the Journalism Department organized a reporting trip to Cuba. See last year's coverage.

Prof. Gabor's commentary on NEW Orleans charter schools published in N.Y. Times

Gabor, who is working on a book about school reform, has made frequent reporting trips to New Orleans (and elsewhere).

Find all Baruch's student media outlets such as The Ticker, Dollars & Sense, and Encounters Magazine.

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