- Film Screening of 18 IUS SOLI
Who can be Italian? This documentary examines the social borders facing 18 women and men born in Italy to parents from Africa, Asia, and South America.
- How To Land A Media Internship
Presented by the York College Association of Black Journalists
- Voter Registration Day
Tuesday, September 23 will be National Voter Registration Day and there will be a (voter registration) drive in York's Atrium
- Celebrate a Book Release
Join the Department of Political Science and the AARC as we celebrate the publication of Dr. Michael Sharpe's important book.
- Human Resource Club
Human Resource Club Meeting
- The Bow Tie Event
The York College Male Initiative Program invites you to its Bow Tie event.
- The Mechanics and Magic of Art Gallery Curatorship
Dr. Margaret Vendryes & Mario Picayo present the procedures, from inception to the opening reception, of a fine arts gallery exhibition.
- York Early Academy Set To Graduate First Class
On June 25th the York Early College Academy (YECA) will graduate its first cohort of students. But first, the inaugural class was feted at a breakfast in their honor at York College. The June 11th breakfast celebrated the graduating seniors, parents, teachers and administrators of the middle-through high school academy.
D. Channsin Berry's and Bill Dike's DarkGirls, The story of Color, Gender, and Race
- Film Screening of Inside Buffalo
This documentary tells the story of the 92nd "Buffalo Soldiers" Infantry Division, the African American combat unit that valiantly fought in World War II side-by-side with their Italian comrades to defeat the Nazi forces occupying Italy.