April 2007

Tom Moore

So, here we are. 12 months of preparation and thousands of hours of training sees us only moments away from the 43rd Roses competition. If you have seen the posters, read the emails and still wonder what this monumental sporting event is, then you are about to find out.

Hundreds of competitors will compete in over 100 events over three days, all with one aim in mind, to reach the winning total of 126 points and make sure the Carter-James trophy remains in our trophy cabinets

Painting the town white

There is an irrefutable buzz that has begun to spread through Nouse. No doubt some of that is due to…


Time: Friday 27th April, 9pm-1.15 Location: Vanbrugh Hall, Bar and jcr Tickets: £4 in advance from Your: Shop, Varnbrugh Stalls,…

York graduate among Iran captives

A University of York graduate was among 15 Royal Navy personnel seized and detained for 13 days by Iranian authorities who accused them of “invading” Iranian waters.

Royal Marine Captain Chris Air graduated from York in 2003 with a BSc in Chemistry before joining the Royal Marines in August 2004

Talk by Will Storr, award winning writer

Time: Friday 20 April, 1.30 – 3pm Location: C/A/101, Chemistry Lecture Theatre Price: FREE Will Storr, acclaimed journalist and award…

Roses RAG Charity Fun Day

Time: Saturday 5th MAY 2007 So, you see ROSES advertised everywhere on campus and hear lots of people talking about…