Campus Comment

ISOC continues to reach out to students

The Islamic Society is not the closed-off and insular group that many think it to be, as we will always strive to include all

Eating healthily can be the affordable option

We need to remake our relationship with food and change our false perception of the cost of cooking for a healthy diet

You Nouse, you lose? My time as a student journalist

Student media may be tiring but it also provides many skills for life

Graduation: the scary first step toward adulthood

Reflections on university life; from Salvos’ tunes to JB Morrell blues, graduation at York

Lecturers’ powerpoints should not replace passion

There is a distinct lack of any incentive to attend lectures as lecture capture provide all the value they can offer

Students that pay the price of a good time

It is ridiculous that students must pay excessive prices for the university subsidised events that they deserve to enjoy

Challenge white privilege in the University and beyond

We must educate ourselves and question our unconscious bias

It’s time to say goodbye to the RON and only

The popularity of the campaign to re-open nominations has shown the ambivalence towards the entire campaign

CLASH OF COMMENT: Should students support their striking lecturers?

YES – Ed Smith I recently watched Made in Dagenham. For those who are not familiar, it is a film…

A hearty snack: How about ‘panic au chocolat’?

Life at university is highly stressful and panic eating can be seen as a solution, but does it become part of the problem?

CLASH OF COMMENTS: Should seminars be an assessed part of university degrees?

YES. – Ed Smith Seminars are the lifeblood of any arts or social science degree as it enables students to…

The winds of change must continue to sweep Hes East

New buildings are not a substitute for the lack of community feel