Oscar Bentley

Deputy Editor
News Editor (2017)
Online Editor (2016/17)
Deputy Comment Editor (2016/17)

Oscar has written 42 articles for Nouse

Student criticises Library for new admin fees on lost items

The University of York Library has introduced a new administration fee on items that are deemed to be lost. From…

I rediscovered Harry Potter at age 18, and found I needed him more than ever

A year on from Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’s West End opening, Oscar Bentley reminisces on the place Harry Potter holds in his – and our – childhoods

Langwith, James, and Derwent ranked high as welfare and industry connections fall behind in Times Higher Education surveys

Langwith, James, and Derwent have all appeared in the top 30 student halls in the UK in a recent study detailed in an…

Review: Baby Driver

Oscar Bentley reviews one of the year’s most-hyped films, finding a problem with its style rather than substance

York awarded Silver under Government’s new TEF rankings

The University of York has been ranked Silver under the Government’s new Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) released today (22 June),…

Tuition fees set to rise under new government

University tuition fees are still set to rise to £9250 a year for new students from this September due to the…

EDITOR’S OPINION: Jeremy Corbyn, Prime Minister

Oscar Bentley casts an eye over the recent General Election campaigns

Question Time with May and Corbyn to be held on Hes East

The Question Time special featuring Prime Minister Theresa May and Leader of the Opposition Jeremy Corbyn this Friday 2 June is…

EDITOR’S OPINION: Stop romanticising university

Oscar Bentley argues that the myth of university is so greatly sold to young people that they can’t help but be disappointed when they arrive

Roses raises £3534 for mental health charity Mind

Roses 2017 has raised a staggering £3534.83 for partner charities York Mind and Lancashire Mind at the time of writing,…

13 Reasons Why: Problematic or Progressive?

Oscar Bentley delves into 13 Reasons Why’s controversial exploration of teen suicide

Tuition fees to rise at a faster rate than academics’ salaries

Academic pay is rising at a lower rate than student tuition fees due to a difference in relative inflation rate calculations…