Laura Connor Laura Connor

Deputy Editor (2009/10)

Laura has written 140 articles for Nouse

Anne Boleyn

Howard Brenton’s exhilarant Anne Boleyn provides a refreshing addition to The Globe’s potentially dry summer season, Kings & Rogues

Further investigations in Claudia Lawrence inquiry

A number of new investigations have taken place this week in relation to the ongoing Claudia Lawrence inquiry, despite the news last week that the investigation is to significantly scaled down

York success on University Challenge

The University of York University Challenge team have gone through to the second round of the popular university game show

A World Observed

A World Observed is the first major retrospective of London- based photographer Dorothy Bohm, now widely recognised as one of the doyennes of British photography

That Face

Shocking is a completely inadequate word to use when describing Polly Stenham’s two-act debut ‘tragi-comedy’

Cycle stores to be built at Heslington East

Cycle stores are set to be built at Heslington East as part of the new campus’ continuing expansion

Graduate tax proposal described as ‘unlikely’

The BBC has reported this week that a senior Conservative source has said that the government rejects the idea of a graduate tax system

YUSU acknowledges employment problems

YUSU told Nouse yesterday that “employability is an area identified by the University as being weak and the University is going through the process of approving an employability strategy to get York on par with comparator institutions”

Sean Scully: Works from the 1980s

Few things bug me more than bad grammar

York scores 88 per cent in employment rate statistics

The University of York has scored 88.3 per cent in employment rate statistics released yesterday by the Higher Education Statistics Authority (HESA)

Government outlines plans for graduate tax system

Vince Cable, the Business Secretary, has outlined plans today for a new graduate tax system

The coalition’s educational cuts create more than just physical problems

The nation has been on tenterhooks this week as the media continues to announce the swift and staggering cuts being made to public spending by the coalition Government