Hoagy Davis-Digges Hoagy Davis-Digges

Managing Director (2011/12)

Hoagy has written 44 articles for Nouse

Supervisor standards are a “departmental lottery”

Early results from the Student Experience Survey indicated that over 20 per cent of the students in their departments across York had a unsatisfying experience with the supervisory system within their department

For a Purpose

For a day: Caste Howard, Bronte Parsonage, Alnwick Castle; For the food: Bunol, Berlin; The main event: Carnevale, Military Tattoo, Reykjavic

United Kingdom

Devon, Cardigan Bay, Brighton, Dalby Forest, Newcastle, Bute

Students start up ethical campus shop

A group of students have started up Scoop, a food cooperative on campus, selling a variety of grocery items such as locally sourced organic vegetable boxes

Future of Societies Committee in question

The newly-formed societies committee has been left completely empty after no students ran for any positions on the committee

York arms trade campaign retract petition after possible legal action

The York Campaign Against the Arms Trade have been advised to withdraw a petition which they launched against the University over comments about BAE Systems

First-year History students left confused after inconsistent departmental advice

First-year History students were left confused a day before their first exam on Monday, after their department sent a series of contradictory emails about referencing in their examination

Students demonstrate over ties with arms companies

Students protested against the University’s choice of research funding outside Vanbrugh College today and urged it to introduce new ethical funding legislation

Levene criticised for invasive campaign

David Levene, former Union Council Chair, has come under criticism for violating University policy on campaigning which specifically bans any posters within student halls of residence

York Rugby team’s behaviour questioned during Easter tour

The rugby team have come under pressure following criticism of their behaviour whilst on tour at Saloufest during the Easter break

The York Files

Nouse reflects on a decade of scandal and memorable comments

Liam Burns elected NUS President

Liam Burns has been elected as the new President of the National Union of Students (NUS), succeeding Aaron Porter in the role