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River Ouse floods

Overnight the River Ouse burst its banks causing flooding around the King’s Staith and Cumberland Street area. The York Press…

YUSU LGBTQ officer resigns

The LGBTQ Network forYUSU currently have to elect a new part time officer due to the elected representative, Henry Fairnington,…

Urquhart expresses concerns over Chav D pledge

Derwent College is no stranger to unconventional election campaigns, with former JCRC merchandise representative bid efforts including condoms, underwear and…

York Tories chair disproves accusations

Chair falsely accused by Working Class ‘No’ Campaign leader of posting referendum article’s contents without her consent Campaign leader also…

Derwent clocks highest voter turnout in college elections

Derwent received the highest turnout at the recent round of college JCRC and CSA elections. The results confirm that Derwent…

Homeless couple break into Derwent

It has come to light that over the summer months a homeless couple have been breaking into University buildings in…

York science continues apace

This month proved to be a particularly productive one for York’s contribution to cutting-edge scientific research. The University news webpage…

Alleged electoral misconduct mars outgoing Halifax pres

Roman Rojik, the current Halifax College Student Association (HCSA) President, is facing allegations of bringing his additional position as the…

Library on way to zero fines target

A Freedom of Information request filed by Nouse can reveal that the University Library revenue from issuing student fines has…

Bilsland Bar Crawl takes place in memory of passed student

On 14 November members and friends of the Langwith community gathered together to attend a charity bar crawl in memory of…

National student radio awards confer multiple prizes to URY

University Radio York (URY) recently attended the national Student Radio Awards, winning four awards out of their shortlisted five. The event…