- Pi Eta Kappa - Campus Walk
On Thursday, March 10th at 12 Noon, the Beta Chapter of Pi Eta Kappa will be having their annual Campus Walk. The members of this academic fraternity and honor society will be stopping at various areas around campus in an effort to bring awareness to the chapter's presence at York College.
- Guest Speaker from The Innocence Project
The Innocence Project is a non-profit legal clinic affiliated with the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law at Yeshiva University and created by Barry C. Scheck and Peter J. Neufeld in 1992.
- Black History Month Barbershop
Forgetting the Past: Have today's youth forgotten those that have paved the way?
Has our educational system neglected to teach efficiently and effectively, the history of African-Americans?
- Pi Eta Kappa - Volunteer Recruitment Day
The Beta Chapter of Pi Eta Kappa, the academic fraternity and honor society, will be having a recruitment day for potential new members. If you feel that you are eligible, stop by the Men's Center and fill out an application.
- 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.
- The Barbershop
The Business of Hip-Hop. Do not miss this special session of the Barbershop where we discuss the various business aspects of the Hip-Hop industry. Special guests include: Mr. Malik Corbett of Business Unusual Magazine, and Hip-Hop personalities.
- Pi Eta Kappa meeting
Monthly Pi Eta Kappa meeting.
- The Barbershop
STOP THE SAG!!!
Does your image define you? Come and share your thoughts on this somewhat controversial topic. Special invited guests discuss why they are on a campaign to improve the image of inner-city males.
- 5th Annual Men's Conference
All are invited to this year's 5th Annual Men's Conference of the York College Male Initiative Program.
This year's theme is, "From the Invisible Male to the Visible Man: How We Move From the Sidelines to the Playing Field in American Society."
Panelists include: Dr. Ron Daniels, Roger Scotland, Minister Abdul Hafeez Muhammad, NYC Councilman Charles Barron, and former NYS Regent Adelaide Sanford.
- New York Times Reader's Club
Stop by the Men's Center for the Fall 2010 Enrollment Day of the New York Times Reader's Club. Information will be on hand to subscribe for weekly delivery at the education rate of .50 per copy. Free gifts for all that subscribe.
In addition, sign up for membership to the New York Times Reader's Club, which meets twice a month in the Men's Center.