February 2004

York’s Roasters back on campus

Three York University Football ‘stars’ are on a plane back to England, after posting bail in Spain. The squad’s mid-season…

Why the government won’t listen

After the massive student protests over Top-up Fees we are now faced with more activism in higher education, this time…

Missing the Point?

Henry Kissinger observed that “university politics is vicious precisely because the stakes are so small”, and for those who watched…

Justice Done

Greg Dyke the Chancellor-elect, was supported by thousands of BBC staff. Do I have similar deep felt feelings of support…

Lecturers: Hit ‘Em Hard

In the aftermath of an unprecedented propaganda campaign, lecturers and support staff are to join forces to react against the…

Dyke: After Hutton I am proud to be your Chancellor

When Tony Blair decided to take Britain to war against Iraq whatever the cost, Greg Dyke would have been forgiven…

Alcuin, Danish Pastry, 65p

Although Alcuin college is way out in the magical place near the Science Park of Mystery and the notorious Holgates…

University breaks govt guidelines

City of York Council and the University have been accused of breaking government guidelines in a desperate bid to keep…

Revealed: GradBall 2004 based on ‘flawed’ business plan, says Osborne

Services Officer, Chris Osborne’s plans for GradBall 2004 are already in turmoil, just weeks after being unveiled in nouse. In…

Costcutter, “Aero” Chocolate Mousse, two for 45p

For the average bargain hunting student, this offer is surely one to be snapped up with zeal. The generous portions…

Five charged with lecturer ‘manslaughter’

FIVE men are to be charged with the manslaughter of a popular York Professor. The charges come after claims were…

York’s Harrington ready for new life

Former History lecturer, Ralph Harrington, has said he will definitely not be returning to campus to resume his position within…