York College senior Ana Chew is a Biology major. She grew up in New London, Pennsylvania, in a bucolic-but-land-locked township southwest of Philadelphia. She attends classes in a town surrounded by lush farms and forests. Neither community is what anyone would call seaside or even marginally coastal for that matter.
Fighting For Survivors
Meet Amie Scheidegger, PhD
A Future Reshaped
Project-Based Learning Fuels Drive
Alumni Coaches Share Spartan Spirit
Athletic Hall of Fame Expands by Six
Molly Hayes Sauder, EdD
The Whitely Columns: Portals of the Past
Understanding Juvenile Justice
Growing up in a financially struggling single-parent family that endured some scrapes with the law showed Lisa Layden '07 how a police officer can impact a young person, for better or worse.
Kelley Gibson '96
Kelley Gibson found many unexpected twists and turns on her way to becoming President of the Cultural Alliance of York County.
Duane Swartz '92 started a program in 2011 to honor veterans. It involves Northeastern High School's Honor Buses filled with veterans bound for the war memorials in D.C. and Virginia.
Robert F. Lambert '94 planted the seeds for his career with a part-time job in high school. Over the years, he was lured in various directions, but he always came back to where he started; the public libraries in his hometown of York.
As husband and wife, Jeff Hines and Patti Stirk share a love for a number of things. Their love of running, for instance, brought them together. They are also both alumni and active supporters of York College. They have combined their passion for the College with their shared commitment to supporting women as professionals, particularity in nontraditional industries like engineering and technology.