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The Barbershop - Living in the Shadows
How it feels being an undocumented student at CUNY while trying to pursue your dreams. Join us for this very important conversation.
The Bow Tie Challenge
In the spirit of higher education and collegiate culture, the Male Initiative Program is challenging you to wear a bow tie every Monday and spread the scholarly spirit!
CUNY Black Male Initiative 8th Annual Conference
Race, Law and Justice
Book Club Meeting
The second session of the Book Club will be held on October 12th, 2012. The book, "The Tipping Point," by Malcolm Gladwell will be discussed.
A Symphony of Spirituals
Join the York College Gospel Chorus as we celebrate the genre of sacred music known as the African-American Spiritual.
"I Let A Song Go Out of My Heart" - A Benefit Concert for the Kenneth G. Adams Memorial Scholarship
Please join us for a very special benefit concert for the Kenneth G. Adams Memorial Scholarship Fund. The fund helps to support talented and deserving students who are pursuing an education with an emphasis on music education and performance at York College.
Introducing the New York Times Reader's Club
Join faculty, staff and students as we meet to discuss selected articles from the New York Times. Refreshments will be provided. Also receive information on how you can enroll in the New York Times' Educational Program.
Men of Excellence - Recognition Program
In recognition of their outstanding efforts in mentoring and educational supportive services, the York College Male Initiative Program is honoring 9 outstanding males from various areas of the community, including York College. Join us in this celebration of outstanding achievement and service to the college community.
Swag is for boys.....Class is for men!
It is back! The York College Male Initiative's Tie Ceremony!
The Book Club
The Men's and Women's Centers of York College introduce the Book Club, a forum for those that love to read as well as those that have a passion for learning.