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Charles Coleman and Samuel Hux Retirement Party
Located in English Special Events
Commas /Comma Splices Workshop
Come and Join the Writing Center as We Host Our Spring 2012 Series of Wanna write right??? Workshops
Daily News Photographer Todd Maisel Speaks to Journalism Students
Maisel is a spot news specialist who is frequently referred to as, “The modern-day Weegee,”a reference to the legendary crime-scene photographer of the 1930’s and 1940’s. Maisel is a 12-time first-place winner of the New York Press Photographers Association Year-In-Pictures competition. In addition to serving as Board Director of the National Press Photographers Association, Maisel scours New York City on a daily basis for breaking news stories, relaying his exploits on Twitter and posting amazing breaking news photos as he shoots them.
Darkgirls
D. Channsin Berry's and Bill Dike's DarkGirls, The story of Color, Gender, and Race
File Department of English - Four Year Plans
Suggested Four Year Plan, 2011- 2012
Located in Assets
Draft My Paper Launch Party
The Writing Across the Curriculum Program invites all faculty and students in research-oriented courses to the launch of the York College film Draft My Paper. We will offer refreshments, and a gift bag to all attendees!
English Department Fall Open House
This semester's theme is Literature and Social Justice
English Department Open House Inspires and Delights
One of York’s annual fall highlights is the English Department’s Open House, known for its delightful presentations by students and faculty alike; and this year’s event lived up to expectations as well.
Located in News
English Department Open House
The theme of this year's English Department Open House is Blurring the Boundaries: Journalism and Literature. We invite students to come along and find about about the new Journalism program, and about majoring in English.
English Department Open House
Mightier than Swords? Pens, Protests, and People's Voices