Baruch College Changes Commencement Time To Accommodate Jewish Students Observing SabbathBaruch College announced Friday it will adjust the start time of its May 2016 commencement following complaints that the graduation schedule disregarded Jewish students and families who observe Sabbath.
Jewish Students Petitioning Baruch For Different Commencement Time Due To Sabbath Conflict Some Jewish students are complaining that a local college has scheduled commencement for late afternoon on a Friday.
Tears In The Courtroom As 5 Arraigned On Fraternity Hazing DeathFive men charged with murder in a fraternity hazing ritual that killed a 19-year-old Baruch College freshman have been arraigned in a Pennsylvania courtroom.
5 Facing Murder Charges In Fraternity Hazing Death Due In CourtThe five fraternity members facing murder charges are all from Queens, and are due back in court for arraignment in Pennsylvania on Thursday.
5 Defendants Arraigned In Baruch College Hazing DeathStudents Thomas Liu, Aaron Chen, Alan Wong, Sam Liao are facing a slew of charges, including destroying hazing evidence.
Police: 5 Frat Members Charged So Far In Hazing Death Of Baruch College StudentFormer Pi Delta Psi President Andy Meng and four members were charged Tuesday with hazing, conspiracy and hindering apprehension in the December 2013 death of Chun "Michael'' Deng, Pocono Mountain Regional Police said.
5 Face Murder Charges In Hazing Death Of Baruch College StudentThirty-two others face charges ranging from aggravated assault to hazing.
Mayor Bill De Blasio's State Of City Speech Focuses On Affordable Housing PlanAfter a tumultuous first year in office, Mayor Bill de Blasio delivered his second State of the City address, focusing on his administration's affordable housing plan.
Suspect Charged In Brooklyn Bridge Attack On NYPD LieutenantsPolice have been looking for a group of suspects, four men and three women, caught on camera struggling with the two lieutenants during a clash between police and protesters on the Brooklyn Bridge on Saturday.
MTA Begins Public Hearings On Plans For Toll And Fare HikesAmong the proposals is raising the base fare on the MetroCard from $2.50 to $2.75 while increasing the bonus on a pay-per-ride MetroCard.
Democrats Put Off By Letter To Voters Saying, 'Whether You Vote Is Public Record'Midterm elections have lower voter turnout, so both parties have been pulling out all the stops to get people to the polls.
Anti-Hazing Law Proposed In Memory Of Baruch College StudentTwo state lawmakers are looking to strengthen New York's anti-hazing laws after a Baruch College fraternity member died in December.