Ilya Yakovlev and his team have helped students access laptops, hotspots, and library materials to ensure that learning continues on- and off-campus.
The pandemic has been a constant force in our lives for the past year. In addition to the physical risks associated with COVID-19, the virus is also impacting college students’ mental health. York College has a number of resources to help you take care of your overall wellness during this challenging time.
Ritamarie Trippett wants to expand the scholarship program and increase diversity, all while providing the support she wishes she’d had in college.
Turning the calendar from 2020 to 2021 came with its share of reflection and renewed sense of promise for the future. Several York College of Pennsylvania students share what they’re hopeful for in the coming year.
Strange as it may seem, we began this season a few months back with Clare Crawley and her initial group of guys in a mid-pandemic quarantine. Together, we watched a bachelorette switcheroo, more than a few guys being sent home (with some returning uninvited), a number of moments that made us laugh, more that made us cry, and some we just want to forget—and you stuck with us through it all. And now, we all get to watch YCP alumnus Zac Clark as a finalist, vying for the heart of bachelorette Tayshia Adams.
Between the Men Tell All and “hometowns," ABC had no shortage of drama for this week on The Bachelorette. Adding to the excitement, the Zac Track blog went LIVE on Monday and Tuesday nights with our new Zac Track Slack. Alums and current students alike were able to geek together during the show.
Intern and guest blogger Sophie Barnes '22 recaps an action-packed episode of The Bachelorette. This week, alumnus Zac Clark '06 continues to pursue love with bachelorette Tayshia Adams—but in the process, he makes a dramatic revelation that has Sophie ready to quit blogging for Zac Track.
Every winter, the Office of Residence Life, under the Division of Student Affairs, hosts a hiring process to select RAs for the upcoming academic year. Typically, over 100 students will participate. These student-leaders welcome their fellow Spartans into our residence halls and help to maintain a positive community where everyone can live and learn together.