- The York College Gospel Chorus sings music from The Color Purple.
Join us for a afternoon of music and drama as we perform selections from The Color Purple, the Broadway musical and motion picture.
- Open Mic: Celebrating Diversity
Pi Eta Kappa - Beta Chapter in collaboration with the Male Initiative Program are hosting an Open Mic event featuring music, poetry, comedy and acting. All are invited to attend! Can you sing or act? Do you like to write/recite poetry? Why not join us?
- The Barbershop
Scholarships: What are you waiting for?
- Mentoring Awareness Day
Have you ever thought about being a mentor? Do you know what a mentor does? If you answered yes to either question, or would like to find out more, please join us for our Mentoring Awareness Day.
- The Significance of Selma
Black History Month Barbershop - Join us for this very crucial discussion about one of America's most historic events, also known as Bloody Sunday.
- The Ellington Tribute
The York College Gospel Chorus celebrates the life and legacy of Duke Ellington and honors the Black American Heritage Foundation.
- Open House Mens Center
The York College Leadership Program and Male Initiative Program invite you to an Open House.
- You Are Not Alone - Mental Health Workshop
The York College Male Initiative Program is extremely proud to sponsor this much needed discussion on mental health among students of under-represented populations, particularly Black and Latino males. Join mental health advocate and speaker Hakeem Rahim as we discuss various areas of mental health, including: depression, anxiety, bi-polar disorder, and more.
- Black History Month Lecture
Dr. Ron Daniels - Distinguished Lecturer, presents a Black History Month Lecture.
"Can We All Get Along?
The Role of Black History and Multi-Cultural Studies in Creating A More Perfect
All are invited to attend and participate in this very timely discussion.
- The Barbershop - Open Mic
The York College Male Initiative Program and Pi Eta Kappa invite you to let your voice be heard! Come out and celebrate the art of storytelling and poetry by reading one of your own works out loud. Our theme is: An Unexpected Twist! Your poem/short story must follow the theme and be no more than 4 minutes long.