The Word on Campus: Students have their say on the issues of the day

By Vaughntay Mcgraw


Branching out to talk to new people, networking to find people of like minds, and overall having a great college experience are all things many students seek.


Although COVID has impacted a great number of things, the spirit of the York College community did not die when it came to keeping activities alive.

Joining a club is a great way to give a chance for an experience that can stick with you for your entire life. It is not a mandatory action to join a club; however, being in a club can ultimately put you in a direction for a succession in friendships, relationship, job outlooks, and many memories that can be made. If there isn’t a club already thought of or isn’t available, take a chance and even be able to make your very own.

Busy school schedules are common among every student that goes here at York College, which can prove difficult to do much of anything else other than homework and studying. Talk to the presidents of the club and have a discussion on what can be done to work around your schedule because EVERY MEMBER COUNTS.

No matter how different one may seem, clubs are friendly areas for security within their community, a safe haven for some, a getaway from school for others. Make your own experiences with the time you have given. You only live once, so make the most of it!


There are a ton of different clubs and small groups to join, all the way from MMA, AIGA, fraternities, sororities, Sport Business Association, Greek Life, even some multicultural organizations such as LAMDA, Hispanic Culture Society and many more.

To see what clubs are available, click on this link.

Get out there. Make your experiences here at York rich in laughter and happiness.

Vaughntay Mcgraw is a junior and a biology major.

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