Spreading ideas since 2015
Spreading ideas since 2015
Chuck Harmon: Attitude is the Mind’s Paintbrush
Christian Brady, York Faculty: Game Boy: What Video Games Taught Me and How You Can Do Better
Effie Antigone ‘07: Fake It Till You Make It
Arjun Mayur ‘19: How to Find Your Superpower in Less Than 48 Hours
Francesco Carriglio ‘20: Loving Who You Are
Josefina Camacho ‘20: The Struggle for Representation
Sophia Sanico ‘20: The Passionate Self
Max Rosenblum ‘19: The Art of Real DJing
Taking a note from President Theodore Roosevelt, this year's theme embraces those who have thrown themselves in the arena. They are not critics or observers, but individuals who are trying new concepts, voicing opinions, and putting themselves out there to experience the unfamiliar.
Lisa Cisneros '97: And Justice for All?
Dr. Jeff Hanna, York Faculty: How Many Flannel Shirts Do You Own?
James Harper '03: The Human Side of Development
Dr. James Newman, York Parent: Homo Sapiens—Always in the Arena?
Helena Bartkowski '19: Someone You Can Love?
Bryce Hodges '19: Radical Energy
Adam Shapiro '19: A Mile of Runway Can Take You Anywhere
Audrey Bailey '18: The Grey Zone
Tom Siletto '19: What's Tough Enough?
In a society where information is at everyone's fingertips, we must be focused on its application. On Thursday, September 15, 2016, a panel of community members who "Apply Now" new concepts to get hands-on every day shared their ideas and experiences.
John Daniel, York Faculty: A Hybrid Beginning Language Course
Patrick Griffith, York Parent: The Marriage Between Technology and Medicine
Constantine Perepelitsa ’06: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and RTFM
Samantha Wishnak ’06: Yes, It's Real: Tales From the Deep
Lekha Duvvoori ’18: More Than a Picture Book
Teagan Mauck ’17: On the Opposite Side of the Door
Joseph Rhee ’17: A Small Impact
Isabelle Sanford ’17: Science and Stars
Max Rosenblum '19: New Sound
Every day at York, we witness remarkable ideas morphing and thriving in the minds of this community. Without a doubt, they are ideas worth spreading. On April 1, 2015, we introduced a new way of distributing them: TEDxYorkSchool. In its thought provoking and entertaining debut, TEDxYorkSchool brought ideas and creativity to the stage for a conference that left audience members laughing and inspired. The inaugural event featured a variety of independent thinkers from the York community who each use a new medium to solve timeless problems or express striking stories.
Tim Lee ’87: Science of Comedy
Shana Opperman ’06: Return to a Thing
Scotte Snibbe ’87: Music's Visual Future
Logan Parsons, York Faculty: Photoshop in Action
Austin Eaton ’15: Rap: A Medium for Raw Meaning
Grace Khieu ’16: Youtube Therapy
C.J. Paghasian ’16: Comics Are . . .
Montana Sprague ’17: My Favorite Teacher Has Hooves