University announces death of Long Boi
The University released a statement on the Radio 1 Breakfast show saying they were "forced to conclude he has passed away"
Student facing 'toxic' culture at CBI says University failed to support them
Exclusive: Nouse speaks to a student on placement at the CBI who feels let down by the Careers and Placements team
York University researcher leads the way in researching sexual misconduct in higher education with new study
Orla McAndrew (she/her) interviewed Dr Anna Bull about her research into gender based violence and harassment in higher education
All of Roses 2023 fundraising to be donated to supporting student sexual violence survivors
Maya Upmacis reports on the where the money raised from Roses 2023 will go
'It is impossible to create art without an education:' Is There Still Value in an Arts Education?
Daisy Couture (she/her) reports on the York Dialectic Union's first student debate
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Summer Tourist Attractions in Yorkshire
Isobel Steed discusses perfect and popular places to visit during the warmer months.
Agatha Christie The Mousetrap review, York Grand Opera Theatre
A celebration of Christie’s Masterpiece on its 70th anniversary UK and Ireland tour
The Last of Us - A Promising Beginning to Video Game Adaptations
Tasha Acres reviews HBO's adaptation of Naughty Dog's 2013 video game
Why You Should Give Techno A Chance
Omar Amin (he/him) explains why everyone should give Techno a chance.
Perfect Pressure: Should we want to be 'That Girl'
Pheobe Leonard explores the true meaning behind the seemingly aspirational ‘that girl’ aesthetic
Not Really for the Quitting: The Darker Side of Vaping
Henry Gee (he/him) reflects on the present vaping market and its targeting of younger audiences
The art of getting inked: Tattooing then and now
Hannah Carley (She/Her) explores Britain’s past and present relationship with tattooing
The hidden daily struggles: living with type 1 diabetes
Emily Warner discusses the invisible challenges faced daily by those living with type 1 diabetes
Review: Norman Rea gallery's Art Speak
Emily Warner reviews the Norman Rea gallery's exciting new exhibition
Theatre review: A Little Life
Georgina Spriddell reviews the stage adaptation of bestselling novel A Little Life
Ilkley Literature Festival Review
Emily Warner (she/her) reviews three events from the Ilkley Literature Festival
Metamorphosis at the York Theatre Royal: Changing For Profit
Alasdair Bell reviews York Theatre Royal's adaptation of Kafka's classic
Interviewing DMA'S: How Many Dreams?
Niamh Kitson (she/her) speaks to DMA’S acoustic guitarist Johnny Took
Leeds Festival 2023
Alexandra Pullen (she/her) joins URY’s Music Team on the final day of Leeds Festival 2023
The Ballad of Darren: The Reincarnation of Britpop
Lucy Wiggins (she/her) reviews Blur’s new album, as we find out what happens when a boyband grows up
Maisie Peters ‘The Good Witch Tour’ at the O2 Academy Leeds
Peters took to the stage on 19 October in front of a sold-out crowd
History, Humanity and High Heels: The ‘Barbenheimer’ Experience
Alexandra Pullen (she/her) discusses the newest cinematic phenomenon: ‘Barbenheimer’
Past Lives: Reinterpreting A Narrative
Charlie Craven (he/him) interrogates the narrative of Celine Song’s directorial debut
Mortal Kombat: Fatally Boring
Darcy McBrinn battles with the 2021 video game adaptation
Wes Anderson’s Roald Dahl - A Lesson in Adaptation
Charlie Craven (he/him) explores the wonderful world of Wes Anderson's adaptations
Second-Hand City: A Thrifting Guide to York
Eilidh Hide helps you uncover York's hidden gems with her guide to second-hand shopping.
Fashion and the Black Lives Matter Movement
Maya Barber takes a look at the fashion industry's response to the Black Lives Matter movement, and discuses why these responses, although sometimes problematic, are vital
The Fashion Industry: Appreciation or Appropriation?
Zara Osako looks at the problematic relationship between race, culture and fashion
Small Businesses, Big Statements
Zara Osako gives a collective guide to supporting small UK-based fashion businesses to suit any budget
Coping with soaring food prices: the ‘Cost of Living Crisis’
Emma McGreevy offers students her advice on how to manage rising food prices, while still eating and drinking well
Review: Pho, fragrant Vietnamese food on our doorstep
Emma McGreevy (she/her) reviews York’s newly openned Pho, where value for money and fresh ingredients is priority
Winter warmer recipes
Muse Editor, Katy Leverett and Emma McGreevy's simple and delicious recipes to keep you warm this winter.
The power of social media: reviewing the viral “Humble Crumble” in Borough Market, London
Katy Leverett (she/her) reviews Humble Crumble, the viral Borough Market stall specialising in all types of Crumble, and can confirm it is definitely worth the hype
Wild Swimming: The Perfect Outdoor Activity?
Florence Head and Megan Stoker take a dip into some of North England's finest waters
A Snapshot Guide to Visiting Sri Lanka
Heather Gosling recommends locations of interest from her recent visit to Sri Lanka.
From Thailand to Singapore: travelling South East Asia
Katie Stevens (She/Her) recounts her experiences on her whirlwind one month tour around South East Asia
Interrailing top tips: An insight into travelling Europe
Florence Head (She/Her) shares her top tips for interrailing throughout Europe during the summer time
The future of microtransactions
Adam Frost on the issues with in-game currency what the future looks like for microtransactions
Growing up with games
Adam explains the importance of growing up with games
Humanity’s tale: studying Dystopia in modern video games
Tasha Acres (she/her)
explores the popularity of dystopias in video games, and the value of their messages
Demystifying the world of gaming: Why the hobby is for everyone
The label of ‘gamer’ has acquired a reputation – Tasha Acres (she/her) wants to disprove it
The Bottle and the Pen
By Cameron Bennett (He/Him)
Writing for Love
By Corynne Ryan (She/Her)
What writing means to me
By Heather Gosling (She/Her)
Students express concerns over Marking Assessment Boycott
Alanah Hammond interviews disheartened students as the boycott continues to impact dissertations and graduation
Emergency Grab Bags Installed in York City Centre
Daisy Couture (she/her) reports on the new grab bags in York City Centre
First Bus raises prices
Chris Stapleton (he/him) reports on the rising First Bus prices
University of York Shortlisted for ‘University of the Year’ Award
Daisy Couture reports on the University of York being shortlisted for 'University of the Year Award'
Nouse interviews Andrew Jones MP
Andrew Jones MP talks student issues, national matters and his hopes for 2023
State of the Union address: blue collar workers, bipartisanship and booing
President Biden's address emphasised his commitment to US workers, as the 2024 election draws closer
Green growth or degrowth? Protests in Lützerath and the divided German Green Party
Criticism over government policy in Germany highlights the trade-off between the environment and economy
Should Britain have been better prepared for the conflict in Sudan?
As reports of the Sudanese power struggle begin to circulate, many are now looking at the response from the West.
How internal conflict is shaping Russia's war effort
As the war in Ukraine continues, divisions are emerging amongst Russian forces
King Charles III Coronation has outlined a change in British culture
Through a smaller coronation from the last, the new King has become the new figurehead of the commonwealth. Though for some, it has been an unwelcome change.
There is life beyond the sticky carpets, I promise
Abandoning York's obvious student haunts can lead to a surprisingly superior night out
Ableism and the pandemic: What have we learned?
We must work to build a society more accessible and fair to disabled people
Veganuary: self gratifying or inspiring change?
Jumping head-first into veganism isn't easy, but it might do long-term good
'Gym Bro' culture: Eating disorders repackaged
'Fitspiration' can create and perpetuate obsessive and disordered eating for everyone
Rishi, show your workings out for extra maths
Hannah Carley explores why Sunak's new policy proposal won't improve maths education
Rural landscapes need young people too: Don’t price us out
Katy Leverett argues change can only be achieved if people at the top in rural areas listen.
Narrow loss for York in the Women’s Indoor Ultimate Frisbee
Heather Gosling (She/her) reports from York Sports Centre on the Roses 2023 Women’s ultimate frisbee
York win in the Women's cricket
Sam Randewich reports of a York win from the cricket
One for York and one for Lancaster in the Fencing 2’s
York clinch the point available in the Fencing 2's
York win Women's Rugby Union 2's
Another two points for York in the Women's Rugby Union
A strong fight to a draw in Women’s 2's Hockey
One point to both teams in the Women's 2's Hockey
Does ChatGPT's emergence signal the AI apocalypse?
The novel chatbot has captured the public's interest with its human-like responses. But how does it work, and how dangerous is it?
Research Reveals Dolphin Mums Use 'Baby Talk'
A study spanning three decades of observation has revealed Bottlenose dolphin mothers use higher-pitched vocalisations when talking to their calves.
Our Planet II: Uncovering the devastation of plastic pollution
David Attenborough's sobering documentary reveals the extent of the plastic problem.
Deadliest US wildfire in a century as blaze devastates Hawaiian island
Firefighters struggle to contain the inferno raging across Maui.
Discovery of new brain cells may provide neurological breakthrough
Recently discovered 'astrocytes' could hold the key to several pathologies such as Alzheimer's and epilepsy.
State of Nature report 2023 finds 1 in 6 UK species at risk of extinction
Biodiversity change over fifty years indicates UK wildlife may be in dire straits.
The bear market has a proverbial price to pay
Lucy Le investigates the issues around the language used to describe bear markets.
Russia-Ukraine, Starlink, and corporate altruism
Louise Cresswell discusses the pitfalls of corporate altruism in today's dynamic and complex political, financial and charitable world.
Brexit and the economy: trade, politics and labour
As the UK reckons with the legacies of Brexit, Cyrus Ho examines how the UK has fared over the past few years and the difficulties businesses, workers and the government have experienced.
The Nord Stream Pipeline Blasts: A Growing Type of Economic Warfare
Oliver Smith examines the increasingly destructive and disruptive consequences of economic warfare, in the light of the recent NordStream sabotage.
A lesson in fiscal irresponsibility- The Kami-Kwasi budget
Jacob Upright explains how the "Trussonomics" experiment came crashing down when it made contact with reality.