YCP Racing finished 68 in the competition that tests all aspects of automotive design and fabrication.
York College’s alumni association presented several awards during a recent ceremony.
Two recreation and leisure administration classes had the opportunity to participate in the five-mile walk sponsored by Jewish Family Services of York.
The Women’s Business Center Organization will sponsor the June 5 discussion that will feature two of the region’s most dynamic entrepreneurs in Alumni Hall.
Check out photos and a recap from the spring ceremony.
Senator Pat Toomey will deliver the York College commencement address on May 12.
Matt Hunter comes to York after spending the last four seasons as a full time assistant coach at DeSales University.
Check out photos from our annual concert headlined by Cobra Starship.
The annual festival was highlighted by a donation to Relay for Life.
The Spartans face Montclair State at 3 p.m. on Wednesday.
Adjunct business prof Thomas Kelkis has been awarded the National Contract Management Association’s highest honor.
vParadox, a company that creates 3D woven garments with unique performance characteristics, has a home at the J.D. Brown Center for Entrepreneurship.
York College English professor Ian Olney will help audience members better understand the silent German film April 26 in the Humanities Center, Room 218.
The national competition will be held in Kansas City from May 22-24.
Ethan Gelber will discuss how to travel responsibly and sustainably April 23 in the Humanities Center, Room 218.
The program will be led by a Fairleigh Dickinson University administrator/prof.
The Academy Award-nominated documentary will be screened on April 19 in the CPAC.
Check out photos from former White House press secretary and political strategist Dana Perino’s April 11 visit to campus.
More than $1,000 was raised by the York College Public Relations Student Society of America to benefit the American Cancer Society at their March 31 kickball tournament.
The students will exhibit their culminating senior projects in the Cora Miller and Brossman galleries from April 27- May 28.
Hillel will host Joel Fabian on April 19 in Buechel Lounge in the Student Union.
Theresa Hammond will discuss her perspective of the experiences of African-American accountants in the early 20th century and the challenges they faced achieving success in the profession April 17 in the CPAC.
Abby Wiseman of Hanover was awarded $500 from the Instructional Design and Learning Special Interest Group (IDL SIG) of the Society for Technical Communication.
Two musical groups under the direction of faculty member Jeff Stabley will present concerts in April.
Autobiographer Vanessa Farquharson will present “Going Green One Day at a Time” on April 18 in Alumni Hall.
The work of students in their final semester of study will be featured in the York College Galleries from April 13-21.
The College will cohost the debate of candidates vying to represent Pennsylvania's 4th Congressional District April 2 in the CPAC.
PRSSA will host the annual event to raise awareness of sexual abuse May 2 in the CPAC.
The YCPrep Community Music School is expanding its day camps.
Dana Perino will present “Professional Excellence: Tales from the Trenches” in the CPAC on April 11.
Pedro Alejandro Matta will discuss his experience and his efforts to document the abuses of such torture centers April 10 in Humanities Center, Room 218.
The Women’s Business Center Organization will sponsor a discussion of how women can protect themselves legally on April 10.
With a newly-launched website and a host of other digital communication projects designed to meet the needs of all of its audiences, York College is in a great position for 2012.
Student will enjoy the attractions of Downtown York on March 24.
Each year, several students receive the award that assists students from York, Adams and Cumberland counties who are preparing for a teaching career.
The York College Players will present the drama March 13-17 in the Perko Playpen Theatre.
York College writer-in-residence and science blogger Maggie Koerth-Baker to offer a public reading of her new book March 29.
The York chapter is seeking donations every Tuesday and Thursday in March to benefit the American Cancer Society.
The March 27 documentary on the portrayal of women by media will be followed by a discussion with York Mayor Kim Bracey.
The March 12 local community event in the CPAC will feature nine primary election candidates for the 4th Congressional District.
York College faculty and guests will perform March 18 in the CPAC.
The York College women's basketball team will square off against Amherst College in the round of the 16.
Courses include SAT prep, self-defense, Chinese, poetry and government contracting.
3Delivered is the J.D. Brown Center for Entrepreneurship's first advanced manufacturer.
The men's basketball team will travel to Franklin & Marshall in the opening round of the 2012 NCAA Division III tournament.
A documentary on the backyard chicken movement will be shown on March 15 in the Humanities Center, Room 218.
The exhibition featuring selected work from students taking courses in fine art and graphic design will open with March 15 in the York College Galleries.
The York College Athletic Department has announced ticket availability for the Spartans' NCAA men's and women's basketball tournament games this upcoming weekend.
The YCP Players will present Lillian Hellman’s drama March 13-17 in Perko Playpen Theatre.
Rena Hoisington will discuss “The Art of Etching in 18th-century France” on March 6 and Ellen Lupton will discuss “Fonts and Fiction: Telling Stories About Graphic Design” on March 8.
The J.D. Brown Center for Entrepreneurship and Alumni Association will launch a campaign to recognize alumni who have created their own business as part of National Entrepreneurship Week, Feb. 20 – 24.
An Emerson College professor will help audience members better understand the cultural phenomenon of the Nazi zombie movie through a screening and discussion March 8 in the Humanities Center, Room 218.
York College SIFE is participating, for the first year, in the challenge sponsored by Campbell Soup Company.
PRSSA will partner with Junior League for a benefit dress sale during the weekend of March 9.
York College will host the founder of the nonprofit movement dedicated to presenting hope and finding help for people struggling with depression, addiction, self-injury and suicide, Feb. 21, in the Collegiate Performing Arts Center.
York College marketing prof Lew Small has offered tips for successful online dating profiles.
Results from the CPE's 3rd annual nationwide survey on the state of professionalism released.
The Sophocles’ tragedy will be performed Feb. 16-18 in the Collegiate Performing Arts Center.
"Carbon Nation" director Peter Byck will skype after the film on Feb. 16 in the Humanities Center, Room 218.
Pierre Sauvage will present his documentary “Weapons of the Spirit” on Feb. 16 in the Humanities Center, Room 218.
Wayne Miller will read from his work on Feb. 8, in the Wolf Hall Art Gallery.
A production of Don Nigro’s “Grotesque Lovesongs” will be presented from Feb. 7 – 11 in Perko Playpen Theatre.
A Leadership in Therapeutic Recreation class raised money to support three scholarships.
The York College Galleries will open the spring semester Jan. 24 with an exhibition of works by Jenny K. Hager and her husband D. Lance Vickery.
Hospitality management will reside in the newly established Department of Hospitality, Recreation and Sport Management that will have space in soon-to-be renovated McKay Hall.
The Spartans will recognize the efforts of the U.S. Military on Jan. 14 during a basketball doubleheader.
Education students took 6th graders from Conewago Valley School District on this field day.
The team placed among the nation’s top 60 at May event.
York College senior Robert Krebs received the award for excellence in the study of special education.
An Introduction to Marine Biology class spent Memorial Day in Virginia.
InvestorClarity.org has become the J.D. Brown Center's fifth client.
The Donald and Dorothy Stabler Nursing Program will hold information sessions on the first Thursday of the month beginning on Sept. 6.
Over the summer, nursing students and faculty continue to operate throughout the city.
Michael McGough, D.Ed., and several of his students presented at the Richard Bartol, Jr. Educators' Conference.
York College invites local nonprofits to submit requests for computer donations.
York College’s Sustainability and Environmental Studies program will kick off its annual series with this film at 7 p.m., Aug. 28, in Room 218 of the Humanities Center.
The Galleries opened the 2012-13 series with two exhibitions.
The Women’s Business Center Organization will present entrepreneur and former WGAL anchor Carrie Fairchild on Sept. 11.
A University of Colorado faculty member will explore the origins of belt voice singing on Sept. 14 in DeMeester Recital Hall.
Over a dozen York College alumni currently work for the team.
The Orchestra is seeking new members for the 2012-2013 season.
The Center's business incubator client Dataforma received funding from Ben Franklin Technology Partners.
Tickets available to students for his August 31 appearance beginning August 28.
Check out a list of courses offered throughout the fall semester.
On Sept. 6, a mobile printmaking studio will demonstrate printmaking techniques and sell one-of-a-kind custom printed T-shirts.
The latest issue of the York College Magazine is now in the homes of alumni and friends of the College.
The co-writer and director will introduce the film as well as answer questions after the Sept. 28 screening in the Humanities Center, Room 218.
One of the world's leading historians of colonial Latin America will present on Oct. 9 in DeMeester Recital Hall.
“An Undisclosed Location” by artist Hasan Elahi will be featured in Brossman Gallery from Oct. 4 – Nov. 14.
The Women’s Business Center Organization will host Center for Professional Excellence executive director Matthew Randall Oct. 9.
Kenneth Osowski will present a solo piano recital Sept. 30, in DeMeester Recital Hall.
The Junior League of York and the Public Relations Student Society of America's York College chapter will hold the sale Sept. 28-30.
The Center for Professional Excellence will host Dr. Karen Morris-Priester Oct.4.
A Texas Tech University prof will present his research in a talk Sept. 13 in DeMeester Recital Hall.
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The Department of Hospitality, Recreation and Sport Management will host a lecture on the rise and fall of the conference Oct. 11 in Alumni Hall.
The conference will be held this year at York College from Oct. 11 - 14.
Admissions representatives from more than 120 colleges, universities, military and technical schools will be on hand Oct. 15 at York College.
A Stanford physicist will present his findings Oct. 4 in the Humanities Center, Room 218.
“Crossroads” will be displayed in the Cora Miller Gallery from Oct. 4 – Nov. 14.
The talk by a Green Mountain College professor will be held Nov. 13 in DeMeester Recital Hall.
York College will host a presentation by Sarah Panzau, survivor of a near-fatal car accident, as part of National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week.
The York Environmental Society will host the walk Oct. 20.
The York College Players will kick off this year's performances Oct.24.
The College will host mixed ensembles and various styles of music Nov. 11 in the CPAC.
The College will host an evening of politics, art and music Oct. 17 at DeMeester Recital Hall.
The second annual conference will be held on campus from 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Nov. 20.
Retiring president shares perspective on 22-year tenure.
A faculty duo will perform Nov. 4 in DeMeester Recital Hall.
Juan Battle '89 will present “Social Justice Sexuality: Insights from a Public Sociologist” Oct. 17 in DeMeester Recital Hall.
The film will be shown on Nov. 15 in the Humanities Center, Room 218.
Two York College musical groups will present concerts in early December.
Jeff Witman and Teresa Rash were recognized for their accomplishments within the field of recreational therapy.
The Women’s Business Center Organization will present “How Bullying Affects Productivity: Predominately a Woman-to-Woman Problem?” Dec. 11 in Alumni Hall.
York College junior runner Tim Hartung finished seventh at the Division III National Championships becoming York's first cross country All-American.
The Spartans will host Messiah College, the University of Scranton, and Stevens Institute in a four-team pod starting on Saturday.
American hotelier and business author Chip Conley will present the inaugural address on Nov. 14 in the CPAC.
The York College Players will present the production Nov. 7 – 10 in the CPAC.
Both ensembles will present concerts at the end of November.
The YCP Players will present Alan Ayckbourn’s dark comedy Nov. 28 - Dec. 1, in the Perko Playpen Theatre.
Two students will travel to Doha, Qatar, from Dec. 1 – 10 to represent the American Chemical Society at the annual United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change 18th Conference of Parties.
Senior students from the Division of Art will exhibit their work in the Cora Miller Gallery from Dec. 7 – 18.
Kevin Brown, Ph.D. and several York College students and recent graduates helped teach 26 kids about archaeology at a dig in Penn Park.
Two York College Behavioral Sciences faculty have teamed up with The Women's Healthcare Group in York.
Zane Gizzi will oversee several components of the College's fundraising efforts and fundraising for York Country Day School.
Student senate president Kyle Joines helped Mayor Kim Bracey light York city’s tree during the annual celebration.
Nearly 300 students will receive their diplomas during the ceremony Dec. 19 in the M&T Field House.
The York College Players will present the Christmas class Dec. 5 – 7 in the Collegiate Performing Arts Center.
Faculty members Gretchen Dekker and Jennifer Herrera-Mullar will present an exploration of stylish pieces written before 1750 by Renaissance and Baroque composers Jan. 27 in DeMeester Recital Hall.
Faculty from the Art Division will present an exhibition of their work from Jan. 24 – Feb. 23 in the York College Galleries.