Dakota Fanning attends the premiere of "India's Daughter" at Baruch College in New York on March 9, 2015.

Week in Celebrity Photos: March 9-13

Dakota Fanning attends the premiere of "India's Daughter" at Baruch College in New York on March 9, 2015.

This video blog is about the Field Center at Baruch College where you can make some of your ideas a reality.

This video blog is about the Field Center at Baruch College where you can make some of your ideas a reality.

This is a video version of the radio show "College Talk" with Dr. Aldemaro Romero Jr. interviewing Prof. Andrea Gabor, of the Department of Journalism and Writing Professions at Baruch College, on the role of journalists in academia.

This is a video version of the radio show "College Talk" with Dr. Aldemaro Romero Jr. interviewing Prof. Andrea Gabor, of the Department of Journalism and Writing Professions at Baruch College, on the role of journalists in academia.

A fun project and non-official redesign of the school website, based on the corporate design, I made for the school.

A fun project and non-official redesign of the school website, based on the corporate design, I made for the school.

Hailing from the Bronx, Lauren attended Baruch College in Manhattan when he was in his 20s, where he studied business for two years. After a short-lived stint in the Army, he then decided to take a sales job at Brooks Brothers. At age 28, Lauren began designing men's neckties, branding them under the name "Polo." He sold them at large department stores like Bloomingdale's, which gave him the recognition needed to expand his designs to a full menswear line. His all-American pieces soon…

What 23 Fashion Industry Leaders Were Doing in Their 20s

Hailing from the Bronx, Lauren attended Baruch College in Manhattan when he was in his 20s, where he studied business for two years. After a short-lived stint in the Army, he then decided to take a sales job at Brooks Brothers. At age 28, Lauren began designing men's neckties, branding them under the name "Polo." He sold them at large department stores like Bloomingdale's, which gave him the recognition needed to expand his designs to a full menswear line. His all-American pieces soon…

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