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Coffee Break is the flagship news talk show on YCRadio.org
“InCheckUrban” with Maya S Jones is a weekly generated talk show, that explores the many hidden areas of urban culture in our society today. The show ranges from the latest entertainment news to black history, as well as daily lifestyle tips and advice for listeners.“InCheckUrban” is primarily a spotlight platform for music artists to not only share their talents but their life-changing experiences as well. We are the voice hidden behind the shadows of the mainstream society. This program is a movement designed for listeners and guests to fully express themselves. This experience will encourage you to think outside of the box and take a step forward in embracing your individuality.
Mez in ya mental is a radio show focused on the new and growing generation. With jobs becoming harder and harder to obtain, Mez in ya Mental is designed to keep listeners one step ahead of the game. Yes there is the weekly tea and hot topics but that is not all that is offered from the show. From specific articles to ground breaking guests, Mez in ya Mental is designed for the listeners to learn something that will help them get closer to their goals and aspirations in life. This year's guests range from York College elite to Business moguls to musicians to many more! Every episode of Mez in ya Mental will surely have you on your toes for next week, because you will never know what to expect. Surely tuning in will better yourself, because the purpose of Mez in ya Mental is to provide an outlet for people with a vision, no matter what it is, to speak on how and why these things matter to them and why some of these things should matter to you. For show updates, pictures and everything else, like the facebook page Mez in ya Mental. So kick back, relax and let Mez get in ya mental.
The Nerd New York show starring Giovanni Anglin and Jean Bruno discuss topics such as comic books, gaming, tech, t.v., and pro-wrestling. We give it to you every Monday from 12:30 to 1 on ycradio.org.
DJ ObiOne takes his party DJ skills and brings them to YCRadio in his weekly excursion through various types of musical genres. DJ ObiOne is a junior at York majoring in Environmental Science. He's been rockin' on the wheels of steel since 2006.
Queens Eternal is a show that talks about all the news happening in Queens, NY. We also discuss major events happening in Queens from politics,cultural events and more. Be sure to tune into Queens Eternal at 2:30 pm.
Welcome to Star Time hosted by Dr. Tom Zlabinger on YCRadio.org.
Subrina and Emerge On The Radio presents "Size Matters" which defines "if you think big, you live big" .. Black, white, brown, blue, green, or polka-dot everyone is striving for success, and trying to build their own empire. On our show not only do we feature people who are making a change and developing a name for themselves; we listen, promote, and support. Along with interviews, we discuss topics with our guest, have our "Oh-Ish Moments", hit songs and
NFL, MLB, and NBA -- the big three in professional sports, all covered by Raymond Mora.
Trial by fire is a 10-15 minute daily show where senior and junior York College Radio members partner up in a few minutes of improv.
The "Stan and Tony Music Show" formerly known as the "Stan the Man Show" is a classic soul and rhythm & blues music show.
The purpose of the York Male Initiative Program and Men's Center is to provide a system of support, through various resources, that contribute to the improvement of enrollment and graduation rates of under represented populations, and particularly male students. Coordinated efforts to recruit students from various areas in the community, is one of our main goals. The other main goal is to provide various systems of support that lead to continuous satisfactory progress towards degree completion. The cornerstone of the program is our Mentoring Program, in which students have the opportunity to interact with other role models on our faculty/staff, and in the college community.