Imogen Bellamy

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

Imogen has written 16 articles for Nouse

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

Student groups mobilise for Movember cause

As November starts, the campaign to raise awareness for men’s health kicks off nationwide and on campus. The Movember Foundation…

Working-Class Officer campaigning begins

Week 6 marks the beginning of online campaigning for the new referendum sweeping across campus. The motion to create a…

RAG Week 2017 commences

Raising and Giving (RAG) Week is ongoing all Week 6, up to Sunday 5 November. After raising £120 000 for…

York VC defends “academic autonomy” on Brexit

Chris Heaton-Harris, Conservative MP for Daventry, Assistant Government Whip, former MEP and qualified football referee, made national headlines this week…

Society grants fall as surge in ratification strains funds

A variety of sources have expressed concerns regarding the YUSU grants used to fund societies at The University. The same budget of…