Exclusive Interview with Northern Faces

By Kendra Jones Northern Faces, opening band for York College of Pennsylvania’s spring concert event hosting X Ambassadors, played songs off of their upcoming album for the very first time live. The band, originally from New York, consists of members Bryan Shortell, vocals and guitar; Marco Testa, vocals and guitar; and Matt Ippolito, bass. They agreed that their new song “Messing with You” was their … Continue reading Exclusive Interview with Northern Faces

Autism spokeswoman shares insights with students

By Kendra Jones Animal scientist, author of five bestselling books, and world-renowned autism spokesperson Temple Grandin spent March 9 with York College students and faculty, participating in a variety of activities. “She is the rock star of autism studies,” said Linda Miller, director of Student Accessibility Services. Miller said that one of her favorite moments was watching Grandin interact with autistic students at York College, … Continue reading Autism spokeswoman shares insights with students

The York Review hosts launch party at First Friday

By Shelly Goodling Students invited the community to join them for live music, poetry and refreshments to celebrate the debut of this year’s issue of York College’s student-run literary magazine, The York Review, at Marketview Arts on Feb. 3. For over 30 years, The York Review has been York College of Pennsylvania’s outlet for publishing student submissions including poetry, fiction, nonfiction, music, photography, fine art, … Continue reading The York Review hosts launch party at First Friday

Decontextualized: A Review of Works by Hank Willis Thomas

By Heather Outwater and Morgan Barnett “Ads really aren’t about the products. It’s about what myths and generalizations we can attach.” This is a quote by Hank Willis Thomas, the artist behind Ubranded: A Century of White Women 1915 – 2015, the extensive gallery show that currently occupies both the galleries here on campus and those downtown at Marketview Arts. This idea is hard to … Continue reading Decontextualized: A Review of Works by Hank Willis Thomas

York College students ‘paws to relax’ and distress with dogs

By Kendra Jones York College students took a moment to “paws and relax” on the Main Campus Lawn from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 6. Keystone Pet Enhanced Therapy Services (KPETS) brought in multiple dogs, both large and small for students to play with as a way of relieving stress. Debbie Dusthimer and her husband own two of the dogs seen at the event. KPETS … Continue reading York College students ‘paws to relax’ and distress with dogs