Imogen Bellamy

News Editor
Deputy News Editor (2017)
Deputy Features Editor (2016/17)

Imogen has written 21 articles for Nouse

New report reveals 48% do not receive support service advice

A NEW EXCEPTIONAL circumstances report has been released by YUSU Community and Wellbeing Officer Mia Shantana Chaudhuri-Julyan. Chaudhuri-Julyan conducted a survey…

Spark:York launches this spring

SPARK:YORK HAVE stated their intention to open in spring 2018, at Piccadilly, York. The shipping container-based shopping venue will house…

Anything but a drag

Imogen Bellamy speaks to the face of York’s own drag house – The Haus of Dench

Votes for BAME rise as YUSU turnout falls

The University of York YUSU elections may have seen a downward trend in voter numbers, but an upward interest in…

Piazza Building opens as YUSU sabbatical officers solve societies’ campus storage crisis

The University is converting a room in the newly-opened Piazza Building on Campus East with the aim of creating storage…

YUSU LGBTQ officer resigns

The LGBTQ Network forYUSU currently have to elect a new part time officer due to the elected representative, Henry Fairnington,…

Urquhart expresses concerns over Chav D pledge

Derwent College is no stranger to unconventional election campaigns, with former JCRC merchandise representative bid efforts including condoms, underwear and…

York Tories chair disproves accusations

Chair falsely accused by Working Class ‘No’ Campaign leader of posting referendum article’s contents without her consent Campaign leader also…

York is boring? It’s clear you don’t enjoy lakes

Why the challenge that York is dull is just childish arrogance that other UK universities use to be chauvinistic

Live: Working Class Officer YUSU Debate

Join us as both sides set out their case for and against the proposed new role in YUSU

Working Class “No” Campaign resort to further underhanded tactics

‘No’ leadership planned to publish personal attack articles and posed as ‘Yes’ campaigners

Working Class Officer: Division in “No” camp as leader resigns in protest

Leadership brought into question amid plans to “spy” on opposition