- 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.
- Jonathan Quash and Student Featured on TV Program, "Here and Now"
Jonathan Quash and (York student) Ajani Brown represented the York College Male Initiative and CUNY BMI on Sunday's (October 6th) episode of ABC TV's "HERE & NOW," with Sandra Bookman.
- Justice for Mike Brown and Eric Garner: What Went Wrong?
Join Distinguished Lecturer Dr. Ron Daniels as he leads a guided conversation about the criminal justice system, race relations and what can be done to fix the problems.
- Let There Be Peace On Earth
The York College Gospel Choir invites you to our annual holiday concert, where our theme is peace on earth!
- Male Initiative Program's 4th Annual Men's Conference
Theme: Making it On Broken Pieces: Recession, Recovery and Revitalization.
- May Barbershop
Homophobia in the 'Hood - Part 2
Back by popular demand, we are continuing our discussion on the difficulties facing gay, lesbian, and trans-gender youth in our community.
- 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.
- Men's Center 2nd Annual Conference
York College Male Initiative Program & Men Center invite you to join them.
- Men's Center Book Club
This month's book is, "The Audacity of Hope: Thoughts on Reclaiming the American Dream," by Barak Obama. All book club members are asked to stop by the Men's Center and pick up your copy today. If you are not a member, stop by today and join.
- Men's Health Awareness Event
This special session of the Barbershop focuses on health issues that are unique to men, particularly men of color.
In addition, there will be a special recognition of the Physician Assistant Program here at York with visiting PA graduates from the Queens Hospital Center.