Students have their say on the issues of the day

By Kai O’Brien QUESTION: How do you feel about the removal of the parking garage? “It sucks! If I’m not here before 12, I’m not getting a spot even close to my class.”   Joey Kinkella is a sophomore commuter majoring in Accounting. Ella Weary is a sophomore resident majoring in Mass Communications.  “More parking overall should be added to campus. Since we have new tennis courts, … Continue reading Students have their say on the issues of the day

Students have their say on the issues of the day

By Zach Siegel March Madness, The Big Dance, the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament; whatever you call it March is here. Since the schedule and bracket being revealed Sunday people all over the country have been calculating and constructing March Madness brackets. The NCAA Men’s basketball tournament draws lots of attention every year due to it always producing several major upsets. This makes picking a winner … Continue reading Students have their say on the issues of the day

Students have their say on the issues of the day

By Anna-Grace Rowland There are currently 41 drinks on the Starbucks menu; however, there are 87,000 different ways to customize your order. The popular coffee company releases seasonal drinks throughout the year and I’m always interested to try at least one. On March 1, Starbucks released a new drink for spring called the Iced Toasted Vanilla Oatmilk Shaken Espresso. I decided to try the new … Continue reading Students have their say on the issues of the day

Students have their say on the issues of the day

By Chris Hulsart Question: What is your reaction to the new mask guidelines on campus, which eliminate the need for them in the hallways and indoor common areas but require them for the classroom and for labs? “I had been waiting for that email for a long time. It feels especially good because I remember at the beginning of the semester the numbers were rising … Continue reading Students have their say on the issues of the day

Students have their say on the issues of the day

By Autumn Miller Question: With less than only 2 months left in the semester, final week will be approaching quickly. Usually we have Reading Day the day before finals, but this semester we do not. As a student, do you feel that reading day is important to have? Why? Reading Day is important for students’ mental health. Reading day provides a day to study without … Continue reading Students have their say on the issues of the day

Students have their say on the issues of the day

By Alyson Hatfield QUESTION: With the Pennsylvania primary election coming up, do you feel that it is important to vote in primary elections? Yes. I believe we should be utilizing our right to vote whenever we can in order to ensure our democracy is working on behalf of the majority. Your primary elections set up the individuals who will be competing for the spot of … Continue reading Students have their say on the issues of the day

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

By Breanna Hoffner Question: With the Spring Concert quickly approaching, which artist would you like to see perform and why? I believe it’s out of CAB’s price range, but I would like to see Kanye West at our spring concert. I like the variety of his songs on his albums, so there is at least something I would like for sure. There is no song … Continue reading The Word on Campus: Students have their say on the issues of the day

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

By Ulices Samaniego With the Spring semester beginning every senior graduating is beginning to start preparations for the May ceremony. But there is a conversation being held by many students about the cost of graduation. The main concern for many students is a fee for applying to graduate which is $65 and a late fee of $25 automatically charged after Feb. 11. This fee does … Continue reading The Word on Campus: Students have their say on the issues of the day

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