Amy Blumsom Amy Blumsom

Arts Editor (2013/14)

Amy has written 53 articles for Nouse

Rowers awarded £10,000 grant

Two club members have raised nearly £10,000 for the University of York Boat Club

What did Brian do wrong?

Chauffeurs, croquet and CBEs. Amy Blumsom looks at the highs and lows of a career that never won the hearts of the student body

Tinchy Stryder announced as second YUSU Summer Ball headliner

Rapper Tinchy Stryder has been announced as the second headliner for YUSU’s Summer Ball

FemSoc receives nationwide support

Feminist Societies from universities across the country in addition to a number of political societies have spoken out in support of FemSoc after its application for ratification was rejected by YUSU

No platform motion faces strong criticism

Two societies have spoken out against the ‘No Platform’ motion proposed in the recent YUSU referendum

YUSU propose to take over Cafe Barista

YUSU have announced plans to put together a business case to take over the running of Cafe Barista

YUSU petitions against closure of Barista Café

The University has defended its decision to close Café Barista in response to the launch of YUSU’s petition

The Accessible Bon Iver

Joshua Radin can sum up the life of an international musician in four simple steps: write, record, tour, repeat. Amy Blumsom finds out from the man himself just what each of those steps entail

Are Opera and Ballet Elitist?

Ballet and opera have long been seen as the epitome of high culture and art. Amy Blumsom ponders about how, at the end of the day, they’re both forms of art

YUSU act after scurvy diagnosis in Langwith

YUSU and college JCRCs are promoting healthy eating after cases of scurvy were reported among students

Taylor supports busker’s street performance campaign

YUSU President comes out in support of a York busker’s campaign to support street performance culture

Durham prevail in women’s lacrosse final

A gutsy performance from York women’s first lacrosse team failed to stop Durham thirds from winning the BUCS Northern Conference Cup on Wednesday, despite a strong start