Amelia Clarke

News Editor
Travel Editor (2016)
Deputy Comment Editor (2016)

Amelia has written 11 articles for Nouse

Student backlash at targeted drug study invitation

YUSU’s Disabled Students’ Officer, Aisling Musson, has criticised drug study invitations sent to York students recorded by Unity Health as…

Charity fashion show lights up York’s Festival of Ideas

The University of York’s collective The Northern Youth hosted a fashion show in Ron Cooke Hub on June 9th to…

‘Student Orators’ to speak for graduates

A pilot project to be implemented for upcoming graduation ceremonies offers four graduating students the chance to give a speech,…

Nouse staff attacked outside Tang Hall takeaway

Nouse staff were the subject of an attack in Tang Hall during the late hours of 2 June. Police were…

‘Pressuring’ student sexual health services under fire

Unity Health sexual health and contraceptive services have been criticised by York students. Nouse has received complaints of poor quality of…

Applications for hardship grants rise as bursary cut fears loom

A 22 per cent rise in applications last year has come amid fears that new reforms from regulators could see bursary funds slashed

Investigation ongoing into missing Goodricke funds

University officials have confirmed there is an ongoing investigation by the North Yorkshire Police regarding an incident that occurred during the…

Reykjavík to Reynisfjara: an Iceland roadtrip

There’s a feeling of quietude that Iceland’s expansive landscape evokes when it opens up on either side of you as the…

Scholarships increase for internationals

An International Committee meeting held on 3 February has debated the introduction of a new scheme of international student scholarships.…

‘York Says No to Trump’: Emergency Trump demo held against #MuslimBan

Momentum York, a grassroots network emerged from the “Jeremy Corbyn for Labour Leader” campaign, organised an “emergency demo” on the…

Mental health campaigns must go beyond hashtags

Students must face the challenge of an unprecedented mental health crisis, argues Amelia Clarke