Campus News

YUSU elections put under the microscope: college chances, campus stances and gender imbalances

In last edition’s Election Supplement, Nouse presented some preliminary analysis of the emerging patterns among the YUSU election candidates from…

English department faces backlash for mark discrepancies

The English department has responded to accusations that feedback is “extremely inconsistent”, stating that “we are proud of the work we…

York is safest city for students, new regional statistics reveal

York is the safest student town or city in England and Wales, according to research published by ‘The Complete University Guide’.…

YUSU miss elections turnout target, lowest in half a decade

This year’s YUSU elections saw a turnout of 25 per cent, the lowest since 2012, when 36.8 per cent of…

Revs attacked by ex-staff for alleged lack of breaks and forged reviews

Three York students who have worked at Revolution York bar (Revs) have spoken out against its management, alleging to have…

Alex Urquhart elected York Students’ Union President

Ex-Derwent chair Alex Urqhuart has been elected as York’s new Student President. The Presidential race had a late twist when…

YUSU Elections Results Night 2017: As it Happened

The results of YUSU Elections 2017 live from Hendrix Hall

YUSU candidate has campaign posters defaced as results day draws nearer

A number of campaign posters for current Disabled Students’ Officer candidate Sam Linley have been found defaced on campus. Linley…

YUSU Elections Debate Night – Full Report

The evening kicked off with short speeches from the two hosts, Scott Dawson (himself a former Community and Well-Being Officer)…

Full-Time Officer Debate Night – As It Happened

Live coverage of Full-Time Officer Debate Night for YUSU Elections 2017

‘Anti-fascism’ posters removed from campus

Posters calling for the end of fascism appeared around campus last weekend, before being removed the following day. The A4 sheets,…

First LFA course no longer free from September 2017

From September 2017 Languages For All (LFA) lessons will no longer be free for first year undergraduate students. LFA is…