May 2010

Prince of Persia

If your taste in films tends towards the subtle, look away now

Vanbrugh proceed to the knockouts as Halifax bounce back

Vanbrugh secured a berth in the College Cup quarter-finals with another impressive display, thrashing Langwith seconds 6-1. Afterwards, Halifax returned to form with a 2-0 win over James seconds

Top 50 short-list announced

Nominations for the Nouse Top 50 closed at 12 midday today

Problems persist for England following final warm-up

Sunday’s friendly match against Japan, England’s last before the start of the World Cup, doesn’t make manager Fabio Capello’s task of trimming his squad any easier

Shake the Clouds

This term is to see something of a rise in new student writing at the York Drama Society with a third of the slots taken by plays never staged before – the first of which is Jamie Salazar’s ‘Shake the Clouds’


The Sheraton Hotel, New York, December 7, 1980

‘Fax fail first test as Vanbrugh look the business

Vanbrugh firsts’ shock 3-0 win over Halifax today has opened up the competition and put them amongst the favourites for the trophy

Vanbrugh rock the College Cup by beating Halifax as James soldier on

Vanbrugh shredded the College Cup form guide by easily beating Halifax 3-0 on Friday, while James seconds edged out Goodricke thirds by a single goal

The Nouse Sports Podcast

The College Cup, York Sport, York City and England are the topics under discussion on the latest edition of the Nouse Sports Podcast

Infamy, Infamy, They’ve Got It In For Me

Rock & roll has always gone hand in hand with criminality. From Jailhouse Rock to Gangsta Rap, the lure of breakin’ the law has been overwhelming for countless tunesmiths

University of York ranked ninth in The Times Good University Guide

It has been revealed today that the University of York has been ranked ninth in The Times Good University Guide, up two places from last year

James thirds dumped out in controversial circumstances

Alcuin seconds look set to push Wentworth firsts all the way for the runners-up spot in Group A, but their 3-0 win against James thirds on Thursday was earned with the aid of some dubious refereeing