- The Barbershop
Is there a war on Black and Latino males? Does law enforcement practice racial inequality? Come join the discussion!
- February Barbershop - Art Exhibit and Conversation
Ericka Hagan (a.k.a. Egypt), is an emerging artist from Los Angeles, California. Taking her passion in art to another level, she recently moved to NYC where she held her first solo exhibition at Java Studios Gallery in Brooklyn. Her artwork is influenced by society, culture, historical figures, street art, and life experiences. Egypt is well known for her vibrant colors and powerful images. Today, Egypt continues to work on numerous projects, while exhibiting her artwork as well as interacting with her huge fan base. Egypt's goal is to inspire others with her artwork, showing the reality of life and that any dream you have in life, is possible to achieve.
- 41st & Central - The Untold Story of the L.A. Panthers
The York College Male Initiative Program sponsors the first in a two part film series, "41st & Central."
- 7th Annual Men's Conference
Theme - Stop and Frisk: How to Not Let the Policy Define the Person!
- The Bow Tie Ceremony
Do you know how to tie a bow tie?
- Mind Your Manners: A Lesson in Etiquette
Explore the many aspects of social etiquette with York alum and author, Nikolaus Christmann.
- Upward and Onward Program
The York College Male Initiative Program sponsors its annual Upward and Onward Program, recognizing the graduation and achievements of its program participants.
- Poetry Event - Open Mic
Pi Eta Kappa invites you to let your voice be heard.
- A Conversation with Terrie M. Williams
Author/Activist/Psychotherapist Terrie M. Williams discusses mental health awareness.
- 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.