- Yo Soy Latina
Six “Latina” women of differing backgrounds meet in a classroom that becomes a forum for their life experiences, fears and dreams.
- Jamaica for Sale: a documentary about tourism, the environment and unsustainable development
A viewing and discussion of the ground-breaking documentary, Jamaica for Sale, by Esther Figueroa and Diana McCaulay.
- Maternal Mortality: A Human Rights Issue
- Hamilton-Lopez Leads York to 88-84 Win over Hunter in CUNYAC Semi’s
Nicholas Hamilton-Lopez scored a career-high 36 points, handed out eight assists and made a number of key buckets down the stretch to lead the York College men's basketball team to an 88-84 win over Hunter College in the semi-finals of the 2010 CUNYAC/ Con Edison Men's Basketball Championships.
- SHORT and SAVORY
York's first film festival, SHORT AND SAVORY: A ( mini) FESTIVAL OF SHORT FILMS BY WOMEN DIRECTORS will feature four films by outside filmmakers and two films by York students. A roundtable discussion by the filmmakers will follow.
- Free Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Haitian Immigrants
If you are Haitian, you may be able to apply for Temporary Protected Status (TPS), which would allow you to live and work legally in the United States for as long as Haiti is designated a TPS country.
- Men Host CCNY; Women Visit Staten Island in Quarterfinals of CUNYAC Basketball Playoffs
The pairings have been announced for the upcoming CUNY Athletic Conference basketball championships. The men's basketball team, the top seed in the playoffs, will host #8 CCNY on Saturday at 3:00 p.m., while the women, the fifth seed, will visit fourth-seeded Staten Island on Sunday at 2:00 p.m.
- Chinese New Year Celebration
The Chinese New Year’s Day is Feb. 14 (Sunday). We will celebrate it on Feb. 25 (Thursday).
- Run for Student Government
Attention York College Students. York needs you to run for Student Government!
- Haiti's Current Humanitarian Crisis
York college African American resource center presents: Haiti's current humanitarian crisis – What is happening, and what can we do? Co-sponsored by the Social Work Club, the Honors Club, and the Haitian Students Association