May 2009

Lib Dem Martin Shapland: Europe as a global player

Liberal Democrat Martin Shapland discusses Britain’s role within the EU

St. John edge women’s football friendly

York St. John women’s football team proved just a little too strong for their neighbours in a leisurely Astroturf friendly on Sunday afternoon

Vanbrugh tanked, Hallam banks

By all accounts, Tank “absolutely bossed” last year’s University Firsts captain Matt Witherwick last Monday

Number worries for Labour

The current bout of summer weather that we are experiencing will not go far to raise the hopes of Labour as Thursday approaches

College Cup Round-up: Matchweek 3

Nouse looks back on the third week of College Cup action, with Goodricke Seconds’ incredible upset of Vanbrugh Firsts the highlight of a sun-drenched fixture card

Success for Cycling Club in local race

Joey Halloran, of the University of York Cycling Club, describes the action in a recent road race around the city

Cup success for York’s cricketers in Varsity battle

York’s cricketers made sure their season wasn’t all over before it had really begun with this battling BUCS Cup victory against Varsity rivals St. John on Wednesday afternoon

Close results revealed in YUSU elections

Anna Bucks, Deniz Ekren & Abrafi Kusi and Sam Asfahani were victorious in three of the most closely contested elections this year

UKIP MEP Godfrey Bloom: The Future of the EU

Godfrey Bloom talks about the future of the EU

Controversial ‘Toilets for All’ UGM motion passed

The controversial Toilets for All motion is one of five UGM motions to be successfully passed this week

YUSU launch Online Awareness Week

YUSU have launched an Online Awareness Week initiative to warn students about the dangers of using social networking sites


Libertas is the most intriguing of the new political parties contesting the upcoming European elections