June 2003

Hold The Front Page

Campus computers now work as well as normal computers, thanks to an undercover operation by The University and a new…

Freshers Told To Bring Sleeping Bag And Dog

University Admin are set to unveil an audacious attempt to solve next year’s accommodation headache by tapping into the recent…

CU Ban Jesus

Jesus Christ was controversially barred from CU events for life last week, after a series of mishaps marred His visit…

Henry Olonga

Henry Olonga’s stand against Mugabe’s regime was well documented but precipitated an exile from his homeland and fears for his safety. Zimbabwe’s most famous ever cricket personality talks exclusively to nouse…

Tykes Sunk By Plunkett

Inspired bowling allowed Durham to obliterate Yorkshire by 167 runs. James Redgrave reports on the action from Headingley

The AU Edge

I’m off to drink cheap French booze

Coventry Routed But Replay Forced

While the storm pushed off the women’s side in Manchester only three overs, its easterly movement towards York was sufficiently…

York Topple Favourites

It might have been only the following weekend after the Roses, but York Basketball are still crowing about their 55 – 36 win over Aire in the Leeds League, Mark Thornhill tell us why

Storm stops Women’s first game

After having been denied play on no less than six occasions, a raining off of the Busas Shield semi finals…

Brass is best

City’s first lady, Director Sophie McGill tells Dan Phillips about their choice

Off t’ Algarve

Dan Phillips talks to new City manager Chirs Brass as he jets off to Portugal

Dan’s Photo Casebook

Keep losing at your own sport? Hone your skills at charity netball, but first… some tips