Student Media at Baruch
Baruch has a rich history of student-produced media resulting in award-winning publications.
The Ticker is the undergraduate student newspaper celebrating 80 years of reporting news relevant to the Baruch community.
Encounters is Baruch’s literary magazine published once a semester with original poetry, short stories and essays submitted by Baruch students.
WBMB Radio is the student-run radio station that remains on the cutting edge of music.
Lexicon is Baruch’s senior yearbook aimed at capturing the truly unique Baruch experience.
Dollars and $ense
Dollars and $ense is the student-produced review of business and society which got its start as a national-award-winning magazine.
Refract Magazine is a digital, nonfiction literary publication, focusing on contemporary issues within the arts, sciences, politics, culture, and literature. Endnotes, Refract’s podcast, provides insights, interviews, and afterthoughts on our newest pieces, as well as social commentary.
Individual Student media descriptions, pages, and off-site links are authored by the respective publication or organization which is solely responsible for the content thereof. The Office of Student Life, the Division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management, and Baruch College specifically disclaims any liability or responsibility, whatsoever, for the content thereof, and any direct, indirect or consequential damages related to, or arising from, the use of the information contained therein.