November 2010

Could Man City win the league?

With the Premier League’s top four all showing their frailties, Chris Underwood asks whether Man City could win the title

Monday Night Lights: Ambrozejczyk on American Sport

David Ambrozejczyk delivers another installment of everybody’s favourite blog on American Sport

We must respect referees

Sean Cole discusses the role of referees in the wake of their strike in Scotland and argues that we should realise they are pivotal to the game

Spectacular “Squidworm” surfaces

Meet Teuthidodrilus samae, the newly discovered species of marine worm. This remarkable creature was discovered nearly 3000m below the surface of the Celebes Sea, by researchers using a robotic submersible

Band of the Week: Jungle Brothers

Resident sound-nerd Tom Killingbeck thumbs through reams of musty vinyl so you don’t have to. Here are his weekly recommendations…

College JCRC Election Hustings 2010/11 coverage

Nouse covers all the College’s Junior Common Room Committee (JCRC) election hustings and debates. Updated after each event

Vanbrugh JCR Chair Hustings

Kallum Taylor and Chris West debated their right to chair the Vanbrugh Junior Common Room Committee (JCRC) in the first live radio debate on URY

Victory for Water Polo in first game of season

York men’s water polo side got their BUCS season off to a winning start as they overcame Bolton University 6-2

Goodricke JCRC hustings

The annual JCRC Hustings for Goodricke College took place this week amongst the lively surroundings of The Courtyard

Alcuin JCRC hustings

As the University’s colleges get ready for their JCRC changeover, Alcuin College got their elections off to a start in the JCRC hustings held in B-Henry’s

Langwith JCRC hustings

The position of Chair was heavily contested at the Langwith JCRC Hustings with three candidates Cem Turnhan, Andy Green, and Tom Bourne all running

Mac and Me

The first subject of this column is Mac and Me. It’s the most unsubtle piece of capitalist – specifically, American – propaganda you’ll ever see