OPINION: Baruch’s Solidarity Deserves Praise

BARUCH COLLEGE — As Baruch students, we have the tendency to complain about broken elevators and escalators, crowded hallways, even more crowded lecture halls and the Wi-Fi connection that never seems to work. The lines to printers in the library building and the sixth floor computer labs make us fume, and more than a few of us have been late to class because of an assignment we were trying to print out.

With all these day-to-day issues, it is easy to forget about some of the good things Baruch does for its students. With the recent prominent political issues at hand, it is particularly important for students to know about the services that Baruch provides to support its students’ well-being.