Alden Global Capital, the second-largest newspaper owner in the country, sued OpenAI Inc. and Microsoft Corp. through its ...
Hundreds of people gathered in Union Square on April 27 to watch an anonymous person behind an orange mask consume an entire ...
The Lawrence N. Field Center for Entrepreneurship revealed the winner of its third annual “Essence of Entrepreneurship” mural ...
Mary Abdelmassih, a senior at Baruch College, organized a voter registration drive and poll worker information booth in ...
City College shut down its campus food pantry in response to the pro-Palestine protests. In an email, Benny’s Food Pantry ...
The Vessel, Hudson Yards’ spiraling staircase sculpture, will reopen this year, with a new addition: a mesh safety net. The ...
WBMB and Encounters Magazine held an open mic event where students displayed a wide variety of artistic talent at Baruch ...
At the beginning of the spring 2024 semester, after The Ticker finally recovered from the malware attack and went back to ...
With the conclusion of the 2024-2025 Undergraduate Student Government elections at Baruch College, it's critical to reflect ...
Black and Latino Studies assistant professor Lizbeth De La Cruz Santana and Baruch College students unveiled "El Paso Del ...
We made it to the last stretch, Bearcats! The semester is coming to an end and the Undergraduate Student Government has ...
May 1, hundreds of CUNY faculty and staff signed a pledge to not work, in solidarity with a student encampment at City ...