- The Barbershop
Homophobia in the 'Hood.
Why are gays in the black community forced to suffer in silence? What health related conditions are plaguing this group of people? These and other issues will be discussed at this month's forum.
- The Barbershop - Call Me Mister!
The first Barbershop Session of the Fall 2011 Semester is a special session dedicated to Teacher Development.
- The Blue Note Sound
The York College Cultural Diversity Center and Male Initiative Program Present The Blue Note Sound.
- The Next Barbershop
This months forum topic will be the “Post Inaugural Reactions & Where Do We Go From Here?”
- Third Annual Men's Conference
This year's conference theme: "Recapturing the Male Image."
Special guests speakers include: Mr. Antoine Craigwell (2008 Winner of NYABJ), Mr. Alex O. Ellis (Author of Restoring the Male Image), and keynote speaker Minister Abdul Hafeez Muhammad (formerly known as Kevin Muhammad)
- Tie Ceremony
The Beta Chapter of Pi Eta Kappa is sponsoring a mentoring event on Tuesday, October 27th, at 5:00 p.m., in the Atrium.
The Tie Ceremony is a symbolic event between mentor and mentee, where each mentee will be handed a neck tie by their mentor, and will then proceed to tie the neck tie during the ceremony.
- Tie Ceremony
It is our pleasure to host a Tie Ceremony, where each participant will be awarded a tie, as a symbol of our commitment to fully equip the student and the professional they will become. Interested participants are encouraged to stop by the Men's Center and confirm their attendance. Each mentee will be assigned a mentor that will provide assistance in tying a tie.
- Treat her Like A Lady
Barbershop - Monthly Forum for Men
- Upward & Onward Ceremony
Come and celebrate the graduation of the students of the Male Initiative Program for the 2008-9 academic year. Special guest speaker will be Vice-Chancellor Gary Moore. We will also be honoring several individuals for their contributions to the program.
- Upward and Onward Ceremony
Come and celebrate the achievements of the York College Male Initiative Program participants in our final ceremony of the Spring 2010 semester.