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La Luz De Un Cigarrillo by Marco Antonio Rodriguez
The world premiere of the play in English. Mother's love knows no boundaries... After a five-year self-imposed absence, Julio César, a young man with a buried secret, returns home after the death of his father. Over the course of two evenings, mother and son, two estranged generations of Dominicans living in a now gentrified upper west side, attempt to rekindle the love and appreciation for each other and their roots; but Julio César soon realizes he isn’t the only one with a secret. Unexpected revelations threaten to destroy an already thin bond between mother and child.
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La Luz De Un Cigarrillo by Marco Antonio Rodriguez
Mother's love knows no boundaries... After a five-year self-imposed absence, Julio César, a young man with a buried secret, returns home after the death of his father. Over the course of two evenings, mother and son, two estranged generations of Dominicans living in a now gentrified upper west side, attempt to rekindle the love and appreciation for each other and their roots; but Julio César soon realizes he isn’t the only one with a secret. Unexpected revelations threaten to destroy an already thin bond between mother and child.
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La Luz De Un Cigarrillo by Marco Antonio Rodriguez
Mother's love knows no boundaries... After a five-year self-imposed absence, Julio César, a young man with a buried secret, returns home after the death of his father. Over the course of two evenings, mother and son, two estranged generations of Dominicans living in a now gentrified upper west side, attempt to rekindle the love and appreciation for each other and their roots; but Julio César soon realizes he isn’t the only one with a secret. Unexpected revelations threaten to destroy an already thin bond between mother and child.
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La Luz De Un Cigarrillo by Marco Antonio Rodriguez
Mother's love knows no boundaries... After a five-year self-imposed absence, Julio César, a young man with a buried secret, returns home after the death of his father. Over the course of two evenings, mother and son, two estranged generations of Dominicans living in a now gentrified upper west side, attempt to rekindle the love and appreciation for each other and their roots; but Julio César soon realizes he isn’t the only one with a secret. Unexpected revelations threaten to destroy an already thin bond between mother and child.
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Art Gallery Shows off York Talent
The York College Art Gallery has been busy place recently.
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CT Program Unveils Spring 2010 Video Productions
These videos were provided and funded by the Communications Technology Program, in conjunction with the Department of Academic Computing and Educational Technology. Without collaboration and support by academic programs and the administration, this service to the campus would not be possible. The Communications Technology Program looks forward to your continued support in the coming academic year.
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Fine Arts Professor Returns To York With ‘Diva’ Collection
By Brittney Adamson, York Journalism Major. Cold wax covers the canvases and the back of her paintbrush etches the lyrics of Beyoncé’s “I’m a Diva” in the background of the painting entitled, “Bamana Beyoncé.”
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Graduate and Speech/Theatre Major Dies
On Saturday, February 18, Gloria Lowery Tyrrell, a York College graduate and former Speech Communication/Theatre Arts major passes away.
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History and Emergence of Street Art and Graffiti Summer Class
Do you need 3 credits? Come and take a summer class!
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Passing of Professor Adams
It is with sadness that I write to convey the passing of our friend and colleague Professor Ken Adams this morning after a brief illness. His family informs us that in keeping with his wishes, he will be cremated and his ashes sent to Baltimore.
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