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Journalism Enrichment Seminar, Part II
"Boston Marathon Bombing: A Case Study in Reporting"
Interested In Becoming A Diplomat?
The Political Science Program (Department of Behavioral Sciences) Presents: Interested In Becoming A Diplomat? A Talk About Careers with the United States Department of State
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York College Wins 2014 CUNYAC Men's Basketball Championship
New York, N.Y.— The York College men's basketball team upset the top-seeded College of Staten Island, 87-84, in a thrilling matchup to win the 2014 CUNY Athletic Conference Men’s Basketball Championship on the campus of City College Friday Night.
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Political Science 211 Spring Semester, 2015
Political Science 211: The Politics of Protest and Community Mobilizing/Organizing
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Study-Abroad Scholarship
The New Zealand government is offering a full-tuition scholarship (up to $15,000 NZD) for a qualified US student to study among the kiwis for a semester - flight expenses are also covered.
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Announcement chemical/x-pdb The Passing of a York Student
To the York College Community From VP Geneva Walker-Johnson It is with deep sadness that I share with you, the tragic news that one of our students, Ms. Michelle Mohan, passed away on Sunday, October 6th, from a sudden cardiac event.
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Provost Lecture Series - Dr. Tom Zlabinger
Dept. of Performing and Fine Arts, School of Arts and Sciences, “Free from Jazz,”
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Provost Lecture Series - Dr. Heather Robinson
The Ethics and Economics of Grammar Instruction: Imagined Communities and Sentence-Level Pedagogy
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Provost Lecture Series - Dr. Xiaodan Zhang
Dept. of Social Sciences, School of Health & Behavioral Sciences
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Provost Lecture Series - Gerri Chanel
Taxation as a Cause of the French Revolution: Of Kings, Corruption and an Appreciation of Today's Taxes.
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