- The Ellington Concert
The York College Gospel Chorus presents the music of Duke Ellington, with special guests. All are invited to attend.
- 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 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.
- 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.
- Black History Month Concert
Join the York College Gospel Chorus as they celebrate Black History month with a celebration of spirituals.
- Men of Excellence - Recognition Program
In recognition of their outstanding efforts in mentoring and educational supportive services, the York College Male Initiative Program is honoring 9 outstanding males from various areas of the community, including York College. Join us in this celebration of outstanding achievement and service to the college community.
- The Barbershop - Living in the Shadows
How it feels being an undocumented student at CUNY while trying to pursue your dreams. Join us for this very important conversation.
- NAFME Lecture - Hip Hop and American History
Confronting the Politics of Abandonment: Hip Hop and American History, From South Bronx to Ferguson, Missouri.
- Endometriosis Awareness Event
The newly formed Meditation and Wellness Center invites you to its first event, promoting awareness of an illness that affects 176 million women and adolescent girls worldwide.
- 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.