With Thanksgiving coming up this week, Spartan Bachelor Nation fans can be thankful for episode 7 of The Bachelorette, which gave us quite a bit of screen time with our favorite YCP-alum-turned-reality-TV-star, Zac Clark ‘06.
When Mass Communication majors Heather Fiore (‘22), Mykela Heidel (‘22), and Morrissey Walsh (‘23) learned about an opportunity to help tell the story of African American WWI veteran George A. Wood through a documentary film, they were inspired to get involved.
With social distancing and mask-wearing protocols in place campus-wide, most of the usual recreational athletic activities were canceled for the fall 2020 semester. That meant no intramural basketball, no flag football, no volleyball — nothing that requires players to move within six feet of one another. While new competitions were created for fantasy football, air hockey, table tennis, and other no-contact games, something was still missing. That’s when the campus recreation team discovered a new sport: knocker soccer.
In episode 6 of The Bachelorette, YCP alum Zac C. takes the high road when his fellow contestants start drama. Bonus: Since Zac spent more time off-camera than usual this week, guest blogger Sophie Barnes '22 makes a list of her best guesses about how he's been passing those hours out of the spotlight.
At first glance, the shared values of our Spartan Oath seem simple — but living them day after day, especially in the face of new challenges and obstacles, isn’t always easy. That’s why the Office of Residence Life and Housing chose to launch “Spartan Shoutouts” this fall.
In episode 5 of The Bachelorette, the men prepare for a new phase of their tumultuous journey toward love, and York College alumnus Zac Clark gets face time with incoming bachelorette Tayshia Adams.
Kristen Gurreri, Senior Director of the York College Fund and Alumni Relations, guests blogs this week to recap episode 4 of The Bachelorette. YCP alumnus Zac Clark '06 continues competing for the heart of bachelorette Clare Crawley — or does he? Everything can change in this "unprecedented" episode!
For the fall 2020 semester, the YWCA York Advocates will be available in the morning from 9 a.m. until 12 p.m. on the first and third Friday of the month in Humanities 162. For 24/7 support, there is a hotline that can be reached at 1-800-422-3204. The YWCA York Advocates will begin their time on campus starting October 16, 2020.