Opinion: Email to Baruch College about avoiding controversial conversations at school. August 22, 2021.


Greetings Baruch College,

I always treat everyone at Baruch College with the utmost respect at all times.

That includes staff, professors, security guards, and students.

Treating people respectfully is more important than anything.

I love Baruch College and The City University of New York.

It’s the best opportunity ever.

I wanted to follow up about the warning letter I received last semester. I’m not sure how the process works.

I requested to see a copy of one email I sent to anyone at Baruch College that was inappropriate.

In regards to not emailing the security office, the Baruch College President, and the CUNY Chancellor, of course, I immediately stopped after receiving the warning letter.

No matter what type of dangerous behavior I witness going forward I will not report it to campus security. I might email the Dean or I will report it to law enforcement outside of school.

No one at Baruch College is responsible for the drama I’m dealing with that I was reporting. I’m making the best of it.

A perfect example of not talking about police drama at school is an assignment I just received for one of my classes. One of my professors just posted the assignments for this semester.

The first or second assignment is about someone who is being tortured by the police. Of course, the NYPD has thousands of hours of audio of me talking about all of these subjects.

I have called law enforcement and government agencies thousands of times including several times today.

I will not be sharing any of my personal experiences about people I know paying New York City law enforcement to torture me with any of my classes, professors, students, Baruch College staff, etc.

The issues between the police and myself only have one solution and that’s money. I need money so I’m not such an easy mark for them. I need to figure out how to earn money outside of school.

I don’t need to get kicked out of Baruch College for talking or emailing about the police and their civilian team harassing me every day. I contact government agencies outside of school every day. There are appropriate places to discuss these topics and that is only outside of school.

When the assignment regarding this article is discussed in my class, I’m not going to say one negative word about the police. Moreover, I’m not going to say one word about people I grew up with in NYC, Nassau County, and Suffolk County paying New York City law enforcement to harass me every day including today.

Even with all the drama, I’m making the best of it. I’m looking forward to seeing what doors Baruch College can open up for me.

In my spare time, I’m working on startups and non profits. With a little luck, I’ll have a roof over my head one of these days and I’ll owe all my success to Baruch College.

Getting thrown out of school will keep me homeless forever. That’s not my idea of a good time.

Please advise regarding a copy of an inappropriate email when you are available.

Thank you and have a great day.

Ever upward,

Mark Pine

450 Lexington Avene #1375

New York, NY 10163

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Mark Pine

New York City startups, web marketing, and Baruch College journalism major. 917-815-5415 social@markpine.com