Camille Wynter, a graduating History major with interest in law, is in a good place. She is graduating with honors from York and heading to law school later in the year.
For the third consecutive season, the York College men’s volleyball team has advanced to the semifinals of the CUNY Athletic Conference Championships, thanks to a thrilling come-from-behind victory over rival CCNY in the quarterfinals Tuesday. York overcame a 2-0 deficit to win by a score of 3-2 (21-25, 19-25, 25-22, 32-30,17-15).
The National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) announced the 2011 State Farm Coaches’ Division III All-America Teams and York College senior standout Marcel Esonwune has once again found himself on the team, earning a third-team selection.
Professor Tom Zlabinger and members of his York College Blue Notes are featured in Sunday's edition of the Daily News with quotes from Les Raphael of York’s College Now program. Congratulations to all!
Four Aviation Management students are having the opportunity to intern for China Airlines, the main carrier for Taiwan, the Republic of China, with flights to Taipei, its capital city.
York College senior men's basketball standout Marcel Esonwune has been named the 2010-11 CUNY Athletic Conference Men's Basketball Player of the Year, while junior William Holley has been selected to the All-CUNYAC Second Team. Women’s basketball player Shadae Rice earned a second-team selection. The awards were announced at the CUNYAC Awards Luncheon at The Water Club in New York City Thursday afternoon
Speech Communication and Theatre Arts Major Stephanie Ogeleza is on fire. The graduating senior has written her second play and will produce, direct and perform in it at the Small Theatre of the Performing Arts Center at York College.
York College senior Maimouna Dabo became the fifth York College women’s basketball player to reach the 1,000 point plateau in a 69-31 thumping of conference-rival City Tech Wednesday evening.
I was recently awarded the York College Study Abroad/Away Grant and the 2010-2011 Gloria Waldman Study Abroad Scholarship to participate in the City College – UNTREF (Universidad de Tres de Febrero) Buenos Aires Study Abroad Program from January 2nd to January 24th in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
The CUNY Board of Trustees has appointed Dr. Carole Berotte Joseph, a member of the York College Class of 1971, as president of Bronx Community College (BCC) effective July 18, 2011.
In early January (2011) a small group of York College students enjoyed a new experience as volunteer participants in a community service program in New Orleans.
The exclamation point in the York College play, “Istwa!” denotes excitement and that is exactly what Istwa! does -- elicits excitement from audiences both young and grown wherever it is performed.
Jonathan D. Mariner, executive vice president and chief financial officer of Major League Baseball (MLB), was the featured speaker at the most recent York College Executive Leadership Breakfast.
The York College community witnessed the inauguration of a new feature of the student research program on November 16, when Provost Ivelaw Lloyd Griffith tapped into his field of expertise to launch the Research Conversations Series.
The Lady Cardinals have a veteran squad loaded with talented players and are now a legitimate threat to win the CUNY Athletic Conference title.
York College head coach Ronald St. John and the men’s basketball team are confident they can regain the CUNYAC title, which has eluded them since 2007. Sports Information Director John Scarinci has this preview:
Margaret Hamburg, MD, the FDA Commissioner under President Barack Obama, recently came to York College/CUNY, where she delivered a wide-ranging address on the FDA’s activities under her leadership.
York College women's tennis coach Greg Jackson capped off a very successful 2010 season Thursday, when he was named the CUNY Athletic Conference Coach of the Year. Freshman Anna Ko was also named to the CUNYAC Second-Team All-Stars.
With 1.5 million displaced people still living in substandard conditions since last January’s earthquake, Haiti has been dealt another deadly blow — cholera. The infectious disease is “the kind of disaster that people were afraid of,” says Mark Schuller, assistant professor of African American studies and anthropology at York College and a visiting professor at the State University of Haiti.