Reach of YCP nursing program extends from York City to around the globe

By Lee Kling THE YORK College nursing program has one of the best reputations of nursing programs in the area. There are many reasons for that, and it is a well-deserved title. The baccalaureate and master’s programs at York College of Pennsylvania are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education. Every year the program participates in community health outreach programs to help those in … Continue reading Reach of YCP nursing program extends from York City to around the globe

3 perfect off-campus study spots to consider as finals approach

By Abigail Balderson WHEN the library is too full or the seats at Starbucks are all taken or the confines of your dorm are just not working out, the alternative is to find a study spot.  The thought of going somewhere alone where you’ve never been before can be scary. But sometimes that is exactly what has to be done.  Luckily here in York, in … Continue reading 3 perfect off-campus study spots to consider as finals approach

Chilly night a perfect setting for a YCP Winterfest that includes ice rink: photos

By Brendan Bilo THE second annual Winterfest took place on the York College campus Tuesday evening. It included ice skating on the main campus tennis court, with the surface installed about a half-hour before the event started. Here are some photos that were taken under the lights. Brendan Bilo is a freshman majoring in Film and Media Arts. ALSO READ: Students have their say on the … Continue reading Chilly night a perfect setting for a YCP Winterfest that includes ice rink: photos

YCP’s Bastress still ‘hooked’ on coaching as wrestling program continues to build on its successes

By Nathan Leakway HEAD wrestling coach Duane Bastress walks into his office on the second floor of Grumbacher every morning carrying a stuffed gym bag and a large jug of water, signs of a coaching style that still – after nine seasons at the helm of the wrestling program – is decidedly hands-on.  “I’m on the mat every day,” he says, “at least until this … Continue reading YCP’s Bastress still ‘hooked’ on coaching as wrestling program continues to build on its successes

OSAO offers ways to give back to those who need it this Christmas season

By Kai O’Brien CAN YOU feel it in the air, Spartans? The temperatures are dropping fast, which means Christmas is around the corner, and at the Office of Student Activities and Orientation the faculty is hard at work to bring Christmas cheer to campus this year. The Office of Student Activities and Orientation, better known as OSAO, is the group of people that most influence … Continue reading OSAO offers ways to give back to those who need it this Christmas season

Gas prices have risen back over $4/gallon: Students offer their 2 cents on the pain that is causing

By Paul Vigna MOST consumers probably through that the price of gas, which in some places across the country exceeded $5/gallon this summer, would cost less after Labor Day. The trend started out that way, moving below $4/gallon for a few weeks, and then reversed course and is stuck back up around $4.15/gallon in central Pennsylvania. It’s not that way everywhere, with prices varying by … Continue reading Gas prices have risen back over $4/gallon: Students offer their 2 cents on the pain that is causing

YCP alumna devoted to her role at Yale University as campus missionary

By Lee Kling A CAMPUS missionary is a job that takes passion, devotion and a strong love for a campus, and Jasmin Santos has every single one of those. Santos is a 2018 graduate of York College and currently is a campus missionary associate at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut. Santos was a Psychology major going in to her senior year of college but … Continue reading YCP alumna devoted to her role at Yale University as campus missionary

York College to the Super Bowl? Sport Management and Media to send another group for on-the-job training

By Julian Leon THE SUPER BOWL is the biggest event in the U.S. sport industry and one of the biggest in the world. It’s an event that most people dream of participating in, certainly as a player but also in the many off-the-field roles that are required to successfully pull off the game. York College of Pennsylvania is one of the few schools that have … Continue reading York College to the Super Bowl? Sport Management and Media to send another group for on-the-job training

What Katrina wrought on New Orleans: YCP theatre to bring that catastrophe back to life in ‘Because They Have No Words’

By Oliver Karasu Gray YORK College of Pennsylvania’s Theatre Department has a unique production lined up for later this week. This semester, students will get to see a performance of “Because They Have No Words,” which is based on the true story of Tim Maddock and his account of volunteering with animal rescue after Hurricane Katrina and how it affected New Orleans. For those who … Continue reading What Katrina wrought on New Orleans: YCP theatre to bring that catastrophe back to life in ‘Because They Have No Words’

New head of Urban Collaborative aims brighter light on community engagement

By Kai O’Brien COMMUNITIES and how they interact with each other are an integral part of how we all live our lives.  Jada Richardson, new director of the Urban Collaborative, seeks to change how we as a college community can help our local York community.  Jada Richardson is a resident of York, graduating from William Penn Senior High School. Her first job was as the … Continue reading New head of Urban Collaborative aims brighter light on community engagement