- 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.
- November's Barbershop - The Struggle Continues
Feeling discouraged, like you cannot make it? Feeling like no one understands your struggle? Are the pressures of your life beginning to stress you out? You are not alone. Come out and hear how others, just like you have managed to see their way through the storm.
- 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."
- The Barbershop - Fatherhood Special
Calling all fathers, young and old! Don't miss this special session of the Barbershop as we talk to fathers of all ages about the benefits of creating healthy relationships, discuss parenting skills and share resources beneficial for all. Special guests and great food! All are invited!
- The Barbershop
Don't miss this, the first Barbershop session of the semester!
- 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.
- 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.