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Watch out for the ice.
Lots of futsal on these basketball courts. Play safe!
Finance midterm studying haaaay
get that MBA
If you transfer here from another CUNY beware of the prerequisites
As a student here, its hard. You need to build your network in this school and outside as well. There are great people here but don't limit yourself to them only. It well help your time here and after
The escalators work for the first half of the semester before breaking down! Ride in style until then, or just take the stairs
Our theories of rational optimizing agents acting in market settings are as valid in the abstract as any high-powered theory in physics, but they are ceteris paribus theories....
VC 7-145, also known as the piano rooms; awesome hidden Baruch gem. Enjoy playing one of seven in a private room, but please, don't let me catch you having intercourse on the fine ebony & ivory again.
So whats the deal with the elevators?
If nature calls, The 14 th floor has the cleanest bathrooms. Let's keep it that way.
Terrible student traffic and tooooo many Asian.
Stop and listen to the boyds roosting on the upper floors.
the only people leaving bad tips are probably people who didn't pay attention or get social. you have to work hard and network. I love this school.
If you figure out the elevator/stair/escalator mess please let me know.
You will only get as much as you put in. Keep track of your credits and classes, go to advisement, join clubs, stay friendly with administrators and professors- otherwise you'll end up bitter.
On Mon/Tues nights in January, you can catch indoor soccer games downstairs. If you're lucky you'll catch our club - Alphabet City SC - blow a huge lead in the last few mins of the second half.
This place sucks. Not well designed to handle student traffic.
Get to the 23rd street building early. The line for the elevator is usually long.
Everyone is so antisocial on this school
"we need a new plague" -Dwight
One of the best business schools in the country! Especially for the money! Graduated in 2009 and doing big things :) make sure to network and not fall into becoming an anti social weirdo :) mingle !!!
If you need to get things done quickly you should probably go to a different school.
Pushing and shoving will get you where you want to be. I mean that literally in the elevators and figuratively with your professors.
Classes aren't what makes graduating a challenge here, it's the slow bureaucracy. Still, great value for price paid.
Great wifi here if you have a code - be sure to ask for one!
On 10/24/11, I celebrated NYC's 1st Annual Food Day here by joining the first ever City-sponsored food manufacturing expo connecting immigrant entrepreneurs to buyers and brokers:
Don't bother waiting for the local elevators. Take the express, or better yet, just walk.
Big a big smile you always have better service :D
Who knows social media better than students like YOU? @LikeableMedia has has some great interns from here and you could be next! To learn more about the internship, email email@example.com
Best CUNY college.
Pay attention in class :-)
This is an approved American Red Cross shelter in case of evacuation from hurricane Irene.
Best school in NYC
8th floor view is classic NY
Good luck... You'll need it
Check aroundsunshine.com for events open to Baruch students to assist in business development!
Get invlolved and this commuter school will feel less like a drag!
Check out the escalator attraction from the second to fifth floors. Baruch has decided that this attraction is so wonderful, it would be a shame to change anything.
Wow! It's 1970!
The most poorly run bureaucracy I have ever encountered. It's harder to register, pay your bill and have senseless account blocks removed than it is to actually go to school here.
That room in the middle of the 14th floor is a good study area
Chairs on second floor of the library are awesome for taking naps
Use all the resources you get here and you'll go far. Take that from a successful NYC entrepreneur!
Don't go to this school if you actually have a passion for what you're studying.