Henry on Zidane the greatest of all time
Zidane is king of world soccer
Correction on A Dangerous Game
Microsoft announced today that all of the above mentioned restrictions have been abandoned due to overwhelming customer outrage. It seems they finally pulled their collective head out of their butt.
Kathleen O'Malley on Childhood Interrupted, Kathleen O’Malley
I don’t allow myself to dwell on the past its History now and by just getting the Story out there gives me satisfaction. both Child sexual abusers and Reigious abusers hopefully will not have the power and control they once had. (we hope) We can never get back what has been taken from one but we can make a difference by exposing it. Hope you are settling down to your studies?
What a poorly researched article. As Ian points out, a substantial chunk of that travel money must be spent on travel. How much is spent on these so-called jollies? I don’t know, and you don’t either. Get your facts straight before you write something unsupportable. How much of my tuition is actually going towards supporting terrible Nouse journalism? How about some accountability on that?
Mary O'Connor on ‘You are not welcome here’
Johnny – I agree with you, would be very interesting to speak to a traveller directly. Perhaps that will be my next venture.
Yuh on The Grade Gold Rush
How close was the author to suggesting that this rise in flexibility is a result of ‘political correctness gone mad’. Probably that dastardly positive discrimination at work…
I would like to complain. You should say “Unprecedented number” of complaints. Or, “Unprecedented levels of complaints.” The availability of spell checkers and copy editors is a basic human right, and your pedant readers demand satisfaction.
Krissie on The Grade Gold Rush
A Level grades as an entry requirement are not only a reflection of the level of ability and commitment required to study a specific course at undergraduate level. In fact, perhaps more so in some cases, they are a reflection of the popularity of that course.
It is for this reason that, with so many people now going to university, grade requirements are being driven ever higher. Many people who did their degrees even just a decade ago simply don’t realise quite how high these requirements now are.
It has absolutely nothing to do with “learning from peers of a similar intellectual level”, and such an assertion is not only wholly wrong, but is also entirely elitist, snobbish nonsense.
As a local York taxpayer, I have a right to know how my money is being spent by students who receive loans, or grants, or subsidies of any kind. I expect regular invoices to be sent directly to me from you summarising your spending from the loans or grants you receive, each month. Accountability. Look it up in the dictionary.
Noel Rogers on Osborne screamer puts Goodricke into Vase final
For the record, the ball didn’t hit my hand outside the area whatsoever, I blocked it with my chest and it then rebounded back into my chest.