March 2007

Roses Timetable

Sports timetable for Roses weekend

The Mules, Fibbers

Time:Monday, March 26th Location: Fibbers Price: £4 on the door (£3 with flyer) Called ‘Bonkers but brilliant’ by The Guardian,…

Equator with PRIDE

Time: Thursday 15th March, 7.30pm Location: James JCR Contact: socs197 (at) york.ac.uk PRIDE are hosting an equatorial themed party, so…

Battle of the Bands Correction

‘Clip the Apex’ were not booed offstage, as we suggested (“B.O.B result in question”, March 6th 2007). The crowd were objecting to the announcement of the result, and the article should have made this clear

Ents tech correction

We wrongly reported that Entstech arrived late to the “Club D Funked” event (“Late arrival of Ents Tech disrupts Club D“, March 6th 2007)

Getting it wrong

In the absence of our fine editor, who is taking a well-deserved break from having to deal with newspaper issues,…

Slavery and anti-slavery lecture

Time: Tuesday 13 March 5.30pm Location: P/L001, Physics ‘Wake! Amakosa, wake!’: the poetry of Thomas Pringle (1789-1834), Secretary of the…

Goodricke: St. Paddy’s Party 2007

Come along to the best event of the year… Time:Thursday, March 15, 2007 at 9pm – 2am Price: £3.50 in…

Iain Duncan Smith Talk at York

“Social Justice and Policy Making in the 21st Century” Host: New Generation Society Time: Saturday, March 10, 2007 6:00pm –…

James Goes to Leeds, End of Term Party!

James Loves Leeds! Time: Monday, March 12, 2007 at 7:30pm Location: Leeds Oceana Email: [email protected] The second edition in the…

Distribution of Nouse sabotaged

Nearly a thousand copies of Nouse were destroyed within an hour of its distribution by people intent on preventing its publication. Stacks of copies were found wedged in bins around campus. The newspaper is investigating all possible means of holding those responsible to account

The pen, it seems, is mightier than the sword

Drum roll, please. This is the first instalment of the Nouse editorial blog, taking you on a literary journey if…