- New York Times Reader's Club
Stop by the Men's Center for the Fall 2010 Enrollment Day of the New York Times Reader's Club. Information will be on hand to subscribe for weekly delivery at the education rate of .50 per copy. Free gifts for all that subscribe.
In addition, sign up for membership to the New York Times Reader's Club, which meets twice a month in the Men's Center.
- Next Barbershop Meeting
This month's topic is, "Presidential Politics and Race in America."
- A Night of Soul Benefit Concert
Starring: Jonathan Quash, Mark Adams (Piano), Freddy Dugard (Percussion), with Featured singers: Melissa Turner, Miya Bass, and Cathia Aubin.
- November Barbershop
Real Dads do still exist!
- November's Barbershop - Spotlight On Education
November's session of the Barbershop will focus on Teacher Education, specifically the Teachers as Leaders Program which is sponsored primarily by the Deutsche Bank of Americas Foundation. Scholarship applications will both be distributed and accepted at this event. All interested persons, please stop by the Men's Center for further information.
- October's Barbershop Session
Come and meet Mr. Roger Scotland, Executive Director of the Southern Queens Park Association, as he discusses his career and the obstacles that he has overcome.
- P.S. 23 Mentoring Orientation
Parents, students and parent coordinators will be meeting with the mentors provided by Pi Eta Kappa.
- PEK Meeting
Meeting for the Beta Chapter of Pi Eta Kappa
- Pi Eta Kappa - Campus Walk
On Thursday, March 10th at 12 Noon, the Beta Chapter of Pi Eta Kappa will be having their annual Campus Walk. The members of this academic fraternity and honor society will be stopping at various areas around campus in an effort to bring awareness to the chapter's presence at York College.
- Pi Eta Kappa - Induction Ceremony
The Beta Chapter of Pi Eta Kappa, the academic fraternity and honor society started by Dr. Edison O. Jackson, is having its Fall 2009 Induction ceremony. This year's inductees, who must maintain a minimum g.p.a. of 3.5, come from a variety of different majors and backgrounds.