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York Lion Shrine

York Lion Shrine

Penn State York is offering a four-day Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) preparation course, July 30-Aug.2., to help students prepare to take the SAT.  Registration is underway now.

RENT 2018 at York

RENT 2018 at York

The 20th Anniversary Tour of "RENT," will take to the stage at the Pullo Family Performing Arts Center on at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, May 26. Tickets are on sale now.

Jason Washington York

Late-Night Breakfast theme is super heroes and super villains

Is that Spiderman, Joker, Wonder Woman, Magneto, Batman, and Lex Luther in line at Rosie’s for the Late-night Breakfast at Penn State York? Attendees are encouraged to dress-up as their favorite super hero or super villain from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Monday, April 30 at this popular end-of-semester event. This free event will be held at Rosie’s in the Joe and Rosie Ruhl Student Community Center. Late-night breakfast is for members of the Penn State York community.
Walker Award Recipient 2018 York

Students, faculty, staff honored at awards program at Penn State York

Penn State York honored the academic achievements and service of its outstanding students, faculty, and staff for the 2017-18 academic year during the 47th Annual Academic Awards Ceremony, Sunday, April 22, at Heritage Hills Golf Resort & Conference Center in York, Pennsylvania. More than 80 academic and service awards were presented.
Walker Award Recipient 2018 York

Acaemic Awards Program York 2018

Marina M. Mekheal, a student at Penn State York, right, received the Eric A. and Josephine S. Walker Award, the highest award a student can receive at a campus, during the 2018 Academic Awards Program on Sunday, April 22.  Andy Landis, associate professor of chemistry, left, nominated Mekheal for the award.  Scott Simonds, director of student affairs at Penn State York, center, held the Walker Award plaque while Landis talked about Mekheal and her accomplishments.

Jason Washington York

Jason Washington at Late-night Breakfast

Jason Washington, a Penn State York student majoring in information sciences and technology (IST),  was all about last year's Late-night Breakfast theme of dressing up as a favorite musical artist or musical genre.  This year's theme is super heroes and super villains, and is set for Monday, April 30 from 7:30-930 p.m.   In addition to food, those in attendance will enjoy some entertainment and a time to socialize.

Student Art Show York 2018

Spring student art show continues through May 4 at Penn State York

The artwork of 11 Penn State York students is featured on the mezzanine levels of the campus’ Pullo Family Performing Arts Center (The Pullo Center) during the spring art show which continues through May 4. Twenty-five original pieces are displayed in the show. The exhibit is sponsored by the Penn State York Visual Arts Club.
Student Art Show York 2018

Student Art Show York 2018

The spring student art show sponsored by the Visual Arts Club at Penn State York is on display through May 4 on the mezzanine levels of the Pullo Family Performing Arts Center (The Pullo Center) on campus.  Works by Nicholas Pullo, a student from York, Pennsylvania, are a part of the 25-piece show.  "Off the Wall,"left, and "Drained," right, are on display but not for sale.

Clinton Pettey Fall 2017

Commencement Fall 2017

Clinton Pettey, a student-veteran, left, says a few words during Penn State York's commencement ceremony in December 2017.  The open microphone tradition allows students about to graduate to speak for a moment during the ceremony.  Pettey, of Red Lion, Pennsylvania, earned a bachelor of science in Science  with a minor in Business.

Athletic Awards Banquet 2018

Athletic Awards Banquet 2018

Emily Colon, a Penn State York basketball player, left, was honored with the Chancellor's Award for Academic Character at Penn State York's Athletic Awards Banquet on April 11. The award was presented by Chancellor David W. Chown, right. This is a new award designed to recognize a student-athlete with a 3.5 grade-point average or higher, who also embodies the five core values of the Penn State York Athletic Department: accountability, courage, diligence, integrity and respect. In the background, Devin King, a men's basketball player, also was an award nominee. Other nominees, not pictured, were Jena Everett, a women's softball player, and Carter J. Miller, a soccer player.

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