Greek life sponsors safe trick-or-treating event

By Rachel Monroe Little goblins, astronauts, princesses and cowboys roamed the halls of the Humanities Building Friday night to kick-start Halloween festivities. Greek Life hosted a “Safe Halloween” event for children ages 12 and under to safely trick-or-treat from 6 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 23. One canned food item per child was collected as admission to the event to be donated to the … Continue reading Greek life sponsors safe trick-or-treating event

Submission: 18 Credits and a start-up — how I launched my own business in college

By Paul Schiffbauer With York College students stressing about exams, scrapping pennies to buy their weekly supply of ramen noodles and pulling all-nighters at the library, in addition to the aimless treks on Jackson Street, a business may be the last thing on students minds but it shouldn’t be. I did it. I’m the co-founder of my upstart, NOIR Gallery, an expansionary art and apparel label. My … Continue reading Submission: 18 Credits and a start-up — how I launched my own business in college

Rubio and Cruz steal the spotlight in GOP debate

By Kendra Jones BOULDER, COLO. – GOP candidates refocused attention on national issues during the second debate despite antagonizing media remarks on Oct. 28. Front runners Dr. Ben Carson and Donald Trump received less attention than prior debates. While Sens. Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz rose to the occasion, Sen. Rand Paul and Gov. John Kasich faded in the background. Trump said he is the only … Continue reading Rubio and Cruz steal the spotlight in GOP debate

The York Review staff teams up with CAB for inspiring open mic night

By Soala Idasetima The York Review staff teamed up with York College’s Campus Activities Board to host open mic night on October 10 in Spart’s Den. The staff figured that hosting such an event would help spread the awareness of the York Review’s upcoming volume. “We wanted to host an event that would gather interest for the York Review because there hasn’t been enough [interest] in the past,” said Lizz … Continue reading The York Review staff teams up with CAB for inspiring open mic night

York College spies potential in the new intelligence major

Intelligence isn’t all about secrecy, U.S. Navy Cmdr. Scott Kristofer told a York College audience recently. Instead, it has often evolved into gathering information hidden in plain sight in the media. “This generation is coming up with nontraditional ways of collecting intel,” Kristofer said during the intelligence panel at Weinstock Lecture Hall on Oct. 27. The panel was made up of nine members of the … Continue reading York College spies potential in the new intelligence major

A Celebration of Life for Dr. Melvin Kulbicki

Featured photo: photo by Steven Brikowski By Steven Brikowski You may not have known him, but Dr. Melvin Kulbicki had been a professor of political science at York College since 1976. On Oct. 12, Dr. Melvin Kulbicki, the professor who spent the last 39 years at York College passed away after an 8 month battle with cancer. The year 1976 was a big one for … Continue reading A Celebration of Life for Dr. Melvin Kulbicki

Sociology Class volunteers to help the Community Engagement Project

By Haley Keller The past few weeks have been spent in preparation, as sociology students began the volunteer process at various locations in York City. Now, these volunteer projects are fully underway, allowing many students to engage in great opportunities. American Social Problems, taught by Dr. Laura Steck, is a class that explores issues that taint society. In order for her students to really experience … Continue reading Sociology Class volunteers to help the Community Engagement Project

World Series: Mets are in Deep Trouble

Featured photo: courtesy of nj.com By: Eddie Poe As the Kansas City Royals cruised to a dominate 7-1 victory over the New York Mets in Game 2 of this year’s World Series on Wednesday evening, the Mets found themselves in a rather unfamiliar position. After advancing through both the National League Division Series and Championship Series with red hot bats, led by Daniel Murphy’s six … Continue reading World Series: Mets are in Deep Trouble