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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.
CUNY Diplomat in Residence to Speak with Students
The Political Science Program (Department of Behavioral Sciences) Presents: Interested In Becoming A Diplomat? A Talk About Careers with the United States Department of State by Ms. Ana Escrogima
Information Session II
Information session for Occupational Therapy Department Program Master's Degree
Information Session I
Information session for Occupational Therapy Department Program Master's Degree
Writing Skills Workshops
Basic Grammar
Writing Skills Workshops
Conducting Research & Integrating Surces
Writing Skills Workshops
Comma Splices/ Possessive Nouns
Footprints: The Musical Legacy of Wayne Shorter
The York College Cultural Diversity Center sponsors a Black History Month Concert celebrating the music of saxophonist and composer Wayne Shorter. The Epistrophy Ensemble will perform arrangements of Mr. Shorter's music.
National TRiO Day - Help Us to Help Others!
TRiO Day has been proclaimed a National Day of Service. We want to encourage you to perform acts of kindness every day. However, on Thursday February 26 we will be collecting canned and non - perishable goods to give back to the community. Pay it forward and stop by our table with your cans from 12 noon - 2 pm by the cafeteria.
Our Lady of 121st Street
York College Theatre continues its "Season of Vision" with a fresh, unflinching interpretation of Stephen Adly Guirgis' acclaimed comic portrait of the graduates of a Harlem Catholic school reunited at the funeral of a beloved teacher. Please be advised: Contains explicit language.