Elizabeth Lynch

Deputy Sub-Editor (2012/13)

Lizzie has written 15 articles for Nouse

Miliband: Populism versus Policy

The real question remains to be answered by Ed Miliband: how can Britain do better than this?

Advances towards male ‘Pill’

Injectable hormonal combinations of testosterone and progestin have proven to be up to 90 per cent effective in reducing male fertility in the short term

An Eton mess

Machiavelli, the 16th century political scholar, proffered that “It is better to be feared than loved if you cannot be…

More than the grades

Education, education, education: The year of 1997. But what did New Labour mean outside of the facts and figures of…

The Baroness’ Final Bow

Beneath the feuds she helped to spawn and nurture, respect should be granted in that she very much devoted her life to her country as Prime Minister, a sacrifice that no woman since has fought to take

Human Rights Watch Festival 2013: My Afghanistan

Part of the Human Rights Watch Film Festival, My Afghanistan – Life in the Forbidden Zone uses civilian footage to sensitively expose the realities of Afghan life in Helmand Province

On the Pill: A bittersweet reflection

Holly Grigg-Spall talks to Elizabeth Lynch about challenging society’s acceptance and understanding of the female contraceptive pill

Showcase of International Human Rights Campaigners

Eight international human rights defenders spoke about their experiences as “Women of the Front Line” in recognition of International Women’s Day this Saturday

YUSU RAG raised over £80,000 last year

RAG has announced that students raised approximately £87,129 last year, £84000 of which was from charity events held during the academic year 2011/2012

Student takes land grab fight to London

Harriet Milligan, University of York student and Oxfam campaigner, took part in Thursday’s international protest in London

Greens Launch 10:1 Campaign

The University of York Green Party have launched a new campaign on campus aiming to cut excessive university pay

A wealth of history

On Saturday 12th May, the University of York and York St John University, are holding an inaugural ‘Celebrate York’ event, in a bid to encourage the local community to celebrate their heritage