Students Reflect on Baruch College Experiences in New Video Series
October 20, 2020
“I’m trying to remain organized and just remember to have time for work and to have time for me just to chill and have fun because we don’t want the stress of life to be weighing us down.”
Taji Sanders (’22), vice president of student affairs for the Undergraduate Student Government (USG), shares how he is overcoming virtual living and learning challenges in our new video series, Voices of Baruch. In just two minutes, viewers get a sense of how he manages his day and stays focused on goals.
Each Voices installment captures a Baruch College student’s perspective directly in their own words. Hear them reflect on their experiences and their hopes for their remaining time here and beyond.
Future installments will feature other members of the USG and a diverse mix of undergraduate and graduate students from the Austin W. Marxe School of Public and International Affairs, the George and Mildred Weissman School of Arts and Sciences, and the Zicklin School of Business. All installments will be shared on Baruch’s social media channels and viewable on YouTube.
Experience More about Baruch
The Voices of Baruch series adds to the College’s expanding visual showcase that brings the vibrant, diverse, and exceptional Baruch experience to life.
Check out Baruch’s YouTube channel for the latest series and other videos—such as Be Resilient—that celebrates the inspiring resiliency of the Baruch community during these unprecedented times of a global pandemic. Don’t miss Baruch’s award-winning videos, including:
- Trending@Baruch: National Voter Registration Day
- Baruch Rocks: Student Opportunities
- Baruch College: Celebrating 50 Years of Access to Excellence and the American Dream
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