Alexis “Alexa” Rivera ’22 remembers feeling like she was the only Latina on campus. That changed when she and a group of fellow students started Sueño Latino, which means Latin Dream.
The program connects students and faculty with community leaders and policy makers, using data and research to affect change in the greater York community.
A Spartan Speaks event on Feb. 25 will highlight how creative machines and Artificial Intelligence are changing classrooms.
Students who once struggled academically, but complete York College’s Back on Track program have an opportunity to breathe a sigh of relief with the Marshall Scholarship, which covers the cost of one year of their education.