- Book Club
"Sister Citizen: Shame, Stereotypes and Black Women in America", by Melissa V. Harris-Perry
- Open Mic: Celebrating Diversity
Pi Eta Kappa - Beta Chapter in collaboration with the Male Initiative Program are hosting an Open Mic event featuring music, poetry, comedy and acting. All are invited to attend! Can you sing or act? Do you like to write/recite poetry? Why not join us?
- The York College Gospel Chorus sings music from The Color Purple.
Join us for a afternoon of music and drama as we perform selections from The Color Purple, the Broadway musical and motion picture.
- Workshop: Reducing Test Anxiety
- Wellness Wednesday: Mirror Mirror on the Wall - Improving Self Esteem
wellness wednesday self-esteem
- Using the Learning Sciences and Design-Based Research to Develop Undergraduate Research Experiences in the Classroom
A presentation by Robert Duncan, Behavioral Sciences and Members of the Office of Undergraduate Research Advisory Board
- Introducing Haven - Life Skills Development for Students
Dear Student, York College has partnered with EverFi, whose mission is to help students address critical life skills such as alcohol abuse prevention, sexual assault prevention and financial literacy, in high schools and higher education institutions across the country. Each year over half a million students complete these courses.
- Women in STEM Symposium
We will listen to women in STEM talk passionately about what they do and then we ask them, why when so many women are leaving STEM, did they choose to stay? Come join me in this discussion and find out Why the few women who are still in STEM, chose to stay?
- Getting a Debt-Free CUNY Degree
With all the excitement that comes from college planning, students and families must soon face the reality of how to afford a college education. The rising cost of tuition, the financial burdens that families incur, even the value of the degree itself, are topics of stressful household discussion and hot national debate – and solutions seem elusive.
- Elton John and Tim Rice's AIDA
The York College Theatre and the Milton G. Bassin Performing Arts Center present the musical "AIDA". Featuring songs by the team behind THE LION KING and winner of four Tony Awards, AIDA is set in ancient Egypt and tells the story of an enslaved Nubian princess, her conflicted Egyptian captor, and a forbidden love that rocks the ancient world to its core. Part Broadway musical, part dance spectacular and part rock concert, AIDA is an epic tale about the power and timelessness of love.