Jonathan Frost Jonathan Frost

Digital Editor (2011/12)

Jonathan has written 51 articles for Nouse

Journalism’s bad name

The Leveson Inquiry portrays a false image of journalism

Dominant display seals win for Halifax

Halifax secured an emphatic 58 – 26 win over Goodricke on Sunday, thanks to an utterly dominant first half display of attacking rugby

Women’s firsts dominate in comfortable 10-0 victory

In a massively one-sided affair, the York women’s firsts took the game in hand, relaxed, and dissected a clustered and confused Newcastle thirds side

Nov9 student protests: a summary

Students descend on to the city of London to address the alleged impending ‘privatisation’ of the higher education system

The drop in applications signals an alarming elitist trend

With the fee hike now coming into effect for prospective students across the UK, the results can already be seen in the drop in applicants. The Universities and Colleges Admission Service (UCAS) have released their initial statistics for the year; applications are down 12 per cent on figures from this time last year

Men’s volleyball firsts clinch late win against Manchester

In a nail-biting encounter, the men’s volleyball firsts scraped together enough late-game momentum to win their fight against the Manchester firsts by three sets to one

Derwent College

Derwent College has a well-deserved reputation for being the most social college on campus

Bar staff assaulted during Halifax football social

Members of the Halifax firsts football team have been criticised for anti-social behaviour on Thursday night, after allegedly throwing eggs and stones at bar staff members, having been refused service in D-bar

Health Centre failing its trans patients

Concerns have been raised surrounding the Campus Health Centre’s treatment of trans students after requests for incorrect patient details on medical records to be changed have been denied

Wii U: how to blow a market lead

At this year’s E3 Nintendo revealed the successor to the Wii, but with high expectations following the success of their current console, is desperation to continue leading the trend working against the gaming giant?

Hors-falls at the final hurdle as Derwent seconds seal spot kick triumph

A heartbreaking penalty miss from College Cup stalwart Dan Horsfall saw Wentworth seconds pipped 5-4 on penalties by their Derwent counterparts in today’s Plate quarter-final

United Kingdom

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