Strange as it may seem, we began this season a few months back with Clare Crawley and her initial group of guys in a mid-pandemic quarantine. Together, we watched a bachelorette switcheroo, more than a few guys being sent home (with some returning uninvited), a number of moments that made us laugh, more that made us cry, and some we just want to forget—and you stuck with us through it all. And now, we all get to watch YCP alumnus Zac Clark as a finalist, vying for the heart of bachelorette Tayshia Adams.
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Between the Men Tell All and “hometowns," ABC had no shortage of drama for this week on The Bachelorette. Adding to the excitement, the Zac Track blog went LIVE on Monday and Tuesday nights with our new Zac Track Slack. Alums and current students alike were able to geek together during the show.
Intern and guest blogger Sophie Barnes '22 recaps an action-packed episode of The Bachelorette. This week, alumnus Zac Clark '06 continues to pursue love with bachelorette Tayshia Adams—but in the process, he makes a dramatic revelation that has Sophie ready to quit blogging for Zac Track.
As we prepare for the pomp and circumstance of the Class of 2020’s big day, we posed a simple question to @YorkCollegePA’s Instagram Stories audience: What is your favorite YCP memory? We heard from this semester’s graduates, YCP alumni, and even a future Spartan—and in many ways, their answers told the story of our Spartan family.
Gabrielle Ingoglia '20 has spent four-and-a-half years of her life at York College of Pennsylvania. Now, as she prepares to graduate in December 2020, she's sharing some of the lessons learned during her time here.
Zac C. (AKA Zac Clark, an alum from YCP's class of 2006) has his first one-on-one date with Bachelorette Tayshia Adams.
Anthony Nelo '20 looks back at his experiences as a YCP Spartan, and looks forward to a future full of promise.
With Thanksgiving coming up this week, Spartan Bachelor Nation fans can be thankful for episode 7 of The Bachelorette, which gave us quite a bit of screen time with our favorite YCP-alum-turned-reality-TV-star, Zac Clark ‘06.
In episode 6 of The Bachelorette, YCP alum Zac C. takes the high road when his fellow contestants start drama. Bonus: Since Zac spent more time off-camera than usual this week, guest blogger Sophie Barnes '22 makes a list of her best guesses about how he's been passing those hours out of the spotlight.
In episode 5 of The Bachelorette, the men prepare for a new phase of their tumultuous journey toward love, and York College alumnus Zac Clark gets face time with incoming bachelorette Tayshia Adams.
Kristen Gurreri, Senior Director of the York College Fund and Alumni Relations, guests blogs this week to recap episode 4 of The Bachelorette. YCP alumnus Zac Clark '06 continues competing for the heart of bachelorette Clare Crawley — or does he? Everything can change in this "unprecedented" episode!
Episode 3 of Season 16 was full of drama, rumors, and lots of DALE — but Spartan Zac Clark '06 got his fair share of screen time, including an on-stage roast of his fellow contestants!
Courtney (Palla) Miller graduated from York College and WellSpan York Hospital’s joint respiratory care program in December 2016. She is currently a registered respiratory therapist at York Hospital’s pulmonary physiology lab.
In episode 2 of season 16, Bachelorette Clare takes on her first group date — and Spartan Zac C. has his first heart-to-heart with the leading lady!
Zac C., a graduate of York College's class of 2006, makes his debut appearance on season 16 of The Bachelorette.
Zac Clark '06 will begin his journey to find love on this fall's season of The Bachelorette. Whether or not you’re a fan of the ABC Bachelor and Bachelorette franchise, we can all agree that Spartans support one another. That’s why we’re kicking off “Zac Track”—a blog series following Zac’s reality television adventure to find love.
"Amid all of the COVID chaos and as more folks 'WFH,' perhaps a small silver lining to this complicated time is more puppies! ...Whether you live in a suburban neighborhood or in the heart of a city, here’s hoping some of these 5 puppy training tricks help in this weird era of social distancing." - Doug Umberger '13 and Dan Werbeck '10
"Let’s face it, for the majority of people, exercise isn’t always our first choice for filling our time. The most common excuse is, 'I just don’t have time.' With our current state of affairs, it’s important to do all we can to boost our immune systems and to stay active while sheltering at home—so there should be more time than ever to exercise. The key is to be intentional with our time...A great way to start is by engaging in at-home workouts." - Sarah Remmert '02
"I am in no way a food or grocery expert. My 'training' is limited to a ridiculous amount of time watching The Food Network and seven years at a 'very large' grocery store chain. That said, over the last couple of years, I’ve developed a system of sorts that has proven very effective for me and my roommate. Below are the five steps to budget-friendly grocery shopping and cooking." - Brian Dix '16
I guess you could say I’ve been a producer my entire life. When I wanted something done, I did whatever it took to make it happen. I love rules and organization and being in charge. When I was six, I petitioned my small town council to install a sidewalk through a field I took to get to the store. I didn’t get a sidewalk but they mowed me a path for 10 years. Little did I know it would lead to a career where someone paid me to be the bossy one. I call it leadership skills. - Aimee Tetreault '07
"Whether we want to admit it or not, we’re living day-to-day in a moment of time that will forever go down in the history books. Anxiety, fear, and uncertainty are high. Now more than ever we need to be aiding our bodies in the best way possible to fight off germs. AKA: We need to be the healthiest version of ourselves possible." - Melanie Cohen '02
"One of the many things that drew me to York College was the campus. Running right beside campus rests the Heritage Rail Trail — something still open even during this pandemic. We’re all feeling the isolating effects of the quarantine, so here are my recommendations to get outside for some fresh air." - Jamie Kinsley '12