YCP men’s wrestling rides bonus points to victory on road at Messiah: photos

By Brendan Bilo The York College men’s wrestling team claimed five victories, all with bonus points, in a 26-19 road win over Messiah on Friday night. After taking a 10-6 lead through four bouts, the Spartans notched three straight wins to clinch their first victory over their intra-county rivals since 2019. Dawson Miller sealed the win with an 18-0 triumph over Asa Brunk at 141 … Continue reading YCP men’s wrestling rides bonus points to victory on road at Messiah: photos

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

Editor’s note: This is a reprint of a story that published Oct. 24, 2022. Now that the Super Bowl LVII matchup has been decided and the game is less than two weeks away, it made sense to publish it again. The group heading out there for this fantastic opportunity includes Julian Leon, Connor Haines, Christopher Walters, Charlie Dangler, Ashley Hudak and professor Donna Grove. They … Continue reading Sport Management and Media set to send another group to Super Bowl for on-the-job training

Alvernia’s hot shooting ends YCP men’s hoops win streak: photos

By Brendan Bilo An early second-half run catapulted host Alvernia to a 70-56 victory Saturday, which snapped a three-game winning streak for the York men’s basketball team. The Golden Wolves (15-5, 9-2 in the MAC Commonwealth) broke open a one-possession game with a 10-0 run to start the second half and cruised from there, according to the York College website. Alvernia shot 50.9% for the … Continue reading Alvernia’s hot shooting ends YCP men’s hoops win streak: photos

Youth movement takes over YCP men’s basketball

By Chris Hulsart SOMETIMES in sports, a new approach is what’s needed for a team to get back on the winning track. Although there may be a rough adjusting period, flipping the script can make the difference in the long run. This seems to be exactly what the YCP men’s basketball program has decided on. After a rough end to the 2022 season that saw … Continue reading Youth movement takes over YCP men’s basketball

Weinstock fund fast-tracks YCP student business ideas to the next level

By Kai O’Brien HAVE an idea for a business you want to create but don’t know where to start? If so, the fourth Annual Weinstock Student Venture Investment Fund is coming up soon, and it’s the perfect opportunity to take your business idea to the next level. In 2018-19, Norm Weinstock, who is a alum of York College, gave a generous donation to the school … Continue reading Weinstock fund fast-tracks YCP student business ideas to the next level

LVC uses late rush to overtake York College men, 74-67: photos

By Jack Fennell THE YORK College men’s basketball team went most of the last 10 minutes of the game without scoring and lost to Lebanon Valley 74-67 at the Charles Wolf Gymnasium on Tuesday night. It was the first of a men’s-women’s doubleheader against the Dutchmen. The Spartan women won 49-47 on a pair of free throws with 6 seconds left. The York men fell … Continue reading LVC uses late rush to overtake York College men, 74-67: photos

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

An imperfect Wi-Fi? YCP students have their issues with the current setup

By Julian Leon SENIOR Grier Martin has experienced Wi-Fi issues on the York College campus for the past four years. It’s one thing he won’t miss once she graduates.  “Our Wi-Fi is nowhere near what it should be for our students to be able to get things done,” he said recently. “I could be five feet away from my dorm’s router and it will still … Continue reading An imperfect Wi-Fi? YCP students have their issues with the current setup

Why in this society are women blamed for their assaults? | Opinion

By Abigail Balderson FROM a young age girls are taught to cross your legs, sit up straight, cover yourself up. All to be ladylike.  We’re told that when a boy is mean to you that it is because they like you. We’re told to be nice when faced with unwanted advances.  We’re told that “boys will be boys.”  This way of thinking and excuses perpetuate … Continue reading Why in this society are women blamed for their assaults? | Opinion

Students define stress and how they cope with it

By Paul Vigna SO MUCH has been written over the past year about the effects of the pandemic on young people. One of the more fascinating studies on that topic was one just released by the Stanford University, which found that stress from the COVID-19 pandemic prematurely aged adolescents’ brains, making them more like those of peers about three years older. By comparing MRI scans … Continue reading Students define stress and how they cope with it