- From Battleground to Empire State: New York and the Legacy of the War of 1812
Remembering the War of 1812 is part of the Talking About History Series, presented by King Manor Museum in conjunction with York College, the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, and the New York Council on the Arts. Alfred Ronzoni is the guest speaker.
- Black History Month event
Film screening, "Before they Die," depicting the Tulsa, Oklahoma race riots of the 1920's, followed by panel discussion featuring Andrew Jackson, York College adjunct Lecturer of Cultural Diversity.
- "Why Bring IT to My Games?" Donald Sterling and the NBA: What is the Proper Analysis?
Presentsed by the York College African American Resource Center
- A Post-Election Speak-Out: Sharing and Caring in the Era of President Trump
This speak-out will focus on how individuals are dealing with the recent election results and will allow individuals to share their concerns as well as address ways in which people can get engaged and involved in the democratic process.
- Charles Coleman and Samuel Hux Retirement Party
- Remembering Professor Martin Rene Atangana
Author, Teacher, Musician, Gentleman
- History and Philosophy End-of-Year Celebration
Department of History and Philosophy end-of-year celebration
- World Mental Health Day
The event will provide a speaker to discuss the topic: "The Rising Incidents of Suicide among College Students: A Public Health Concern in NYC"
- Gender & Historical Context Colloquium in Honor of Dr. Laura Fishman
Keynote Presentation Luncheon (followed by Q& A): "Musings on Women’s History: How the Second Awakening in the Western World Produced a New Scholarly Area, Prof. Sandi Cooper"