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Mixed bag for YUSU in freshers’ survey

YUSU has published the findings of its recent survey into freshers’ first impressions of the University of York. The results showed…

New society list revealed: WWE in, Dining out

A list of new societies for the 2017/18 academic year has been published by YUSU in the most recent societies committee…

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,…

Roses 2017: “a tournament over a year in the making”

Roses is a very big event. In fact, by student metrics, it’s absolutely enormous. 139 fixtures spread across three action-packed…

‘Did not attend’ rates for Open Door worry YUSU

The Open Door Team (ODT) have experienced a spike in students failing to attend their appointments. Did not attend (DNA) rates…

York students announced as parliamentary candidates

Two University of York students, one current and one alumnus, have entered the race to become MPs in the upcoming general…

Drama barn rid of asbestos danger

During the spring break, large amounts of asbestos were removed from the drama society’s “DramaBarn” as the campus wide phenomenon continues.…

Fire brigade called to campus after suspected arson attempt

A bar in Wentworth College was robbed of the money in its tills last Tuesday, after the fire alarm was set…

‘Pressuring’ student sexual health services under fire

Unity Health sexual health and contraceptive services have been criticised by York students. Nouse has received complaints of poor quality of…

New registrar appointed by uni

The University has appointed Jo Horsburgh, current strategy director at the University of Warwick, as its new registrar and secretary. A…

University funded by nuclear weapons companies

The York Plasma Institute has been receiving funds from AWE since its inception in 2012

Applications for hardship grants rise as bursary cut fears loom

A 22 per cent rise in applications last year has come amid fears that new reforms from regulators could see bursary funds slashed