Speaking Through Art
Ambitious. That was Matthew Clay-Robison’s thought when Lexus Gore ’18 submitted her first piece for York College’s Annual Student Juried Exhibition in late Winter 2015. Clay-Robison, Director of the York College Galleries, had never seen a submission on that scale from a freshman.
In a yearlong series of events, York College has joined with partners such as the City of York and Crispus Attucks’ Goodridge Freedom Center to construct a more complete version of York’s history by focusing on the neglected contributions of diverse populations.
"What I Remember Most" 50 Years Ago
Despite a time of turbulence, Scott Hafer ’72 says, “what I remember most about my time here was the friendships that were established and lasted long after graduation.”
Drone's Eye View
It may seem odd that a mechanical engineering professor would know so much about agriculture, but Wilkerson has a unique perspective on the subject — literally. He has designed a senior-year capstone course for York engineering students where they build, program, and operate cutting-edge drones equipped with specialized cameras to help farmers become more efficient.