May 2008

Exec u-turn over Summer Kids’ Camp

The indefinite ban placed on the Student Action Kids Camp following an incident over the Easter period has been lifted, enabling the camp to go ahead as planned this summer following some pending organisational changes

Novice crews fall short of victory in tough conditions at Edinburgh

York’s novice crews continued their troubled season at the Edinburgh Regatta on Saturday by falling short of victory in all of their scheduled races

Poor turnout and uncontested positions at AU Election Hustings

AU election hustings fail once again to attract contenders for the executive posts. The promise of a by-election by Jo Carter has raised hopes that the role of Communications Officer will be filled

All hail Crackfish

Campus is covered in a fine white dust, it seems. Now that I think about it, that explains an awful lot. It explains why the queue for the Library ladies toilet is so long when I go past it

AU Executive takes to the field for charity

As the Athletic Union continue in their year long effort to raise money for charity, Jack Organ follows the AU Exec in what looks to be their last charitable endeavour of the season: 24 sports in 24 hours

Futsal squad impress in international tournament

The French, Polish, Portugese and Slovakians arrived as the leading teams from their respective countries. Representing England, the University of York was the surprise package of the tournament, beating several highly fancied teams on its way to a record eighth place finish

Matthew Jeynes

It is a widely accepted fact that most sports clubs and societies at the University have cliques. Even if a…

Almost Overheard

Seminar room. It is 10am. 15 minutes before a seminar, MARK and DAN wait for JOHN and JACK to arrive…

Mixed results for York in BUSA league review

With the imminent amalgamation of BUSA with UCS, and a possible restructuring of the University season next year, the final league tables may not end up meaning much

Wentworth favourites for Cup after win

An experienced and cohesive Wentworth team narrowly edged out their Langwith adversaries in the stand-out match of the latest round of College Cup Volleyball

Social Pariah

Hugh Morris is a warning to us all

Sarah Foster

Why beards give me the screaming heebie-jeebies