Jest Be Scared

Jest Be Scared By Ryan Emmert It wasn’t even October and nobody suspected the inundations approaching. The spirit of drinking thrived. Strangers grew friendly at alarming rates, and laughter became the green light that would soon turn yellow, red. Faces fell flat or otherwise exaggerated. Lovers floated upon seas of remiss. And everyone found some sort of lover before the leaves began falling. Tommy stayed … Continue reading Jest Be Scared

York College and The Health Wagon: a Partnership to Save Lives

By Alissa Pruitt | Imagine being awakened at 3 a.m with a splitting headache. You woozily leave the warmth of your bed and flip on the light of the bathroom to open the medicine cabinet on the wall. With blurred vision you rely on your hands to find the Advil all the way in the back right corner where you usually keep it. Wishing to alleviate the … Continue reading York College and The Health Wagon: a Partnership to Save Lives

‘Porkopolis’ exhibit takes on animal industry

By Blair Hagelgans “I always love going to the art exhibits and seeing the creativity people have. The animal exhibit was very different, but interesting to interpret and view,” said Megan Feely, A York College Sophomore. York College Galleries feature art exhibits all year round. The current exhibits theme is, “Sue Coe, Porkopolis, Animals and Industry.” The gallery will be open from Jan. 20 to … Continue reading ‘Porkopolis’ exhibit takes on animal industry

Feel the Bern: The Impact of Bernie Sanders on Millennials

By Austin Wolfe Politics has always seemed beyond the reach for a millennial like myself: a topic usually reserved for Ivy League intellectuals and old people who had grown tired of daytime TV dramas. Besides, there were better things to worry about, such as my bank account being in single digits. Politics did come up in conversation on rare occasions, but the tone was dismissive—a … Continue reading Feel the Bern: The Impact of Bernie Sanders on Millennials

Club Corner: Spartan Book Club

By Kendra Jones York College students are cracking open some spines with a newly formed campus club, Spartan Book Club. President Chantel Vereen set a personal goal to begin a book club while on campus, finding the importance of a book club serving as a hybrid of education and recreation but also being a safe environment for students to talk. Elena Bittinger, a senior professional … Continue reading Club Corner: Spartan Book Club

Different Sides to Valentine’s Day

Featured image: courtesy of magic4walls.com. By Kendra Jones Valentine’s Day for some is always a romantic time of the year with many different stories to tell. Whether you are exchanging gifts and affection with a significant other, a group of friends or ignoring the holiday completely, everyone is found to be doing something a little bit different on Feb. 14. According to the History Channel, … Continue reading Different Sides to Valentine’s Day

Netflix and Chill: The Theory of Hook-Up Culture on Campus

Featured photo: courtesy of stdcheck.com. By Chantel Vereen Picture yourself on a date. Do you find yourself taking a stroll in the park with some frozen yogurt?  Or cuddled up on a couch with the person you have been texting while things get hot and heavy in the first few minutes of “House of Cards?” Today, the majority of us find the latter more acceptable … Continue reading Netflix and Chill: The Theory of Hook-Up Culture on Campus