June 2011

Liverpool John Moores cricketers win cup final to end York’s run

The men’s cricket firsts’ fine cup run came to an end on a balmy Monday on the 22 Acres as Liverpool John Moores won by 5 wickets to win the BUCS Northern Conference Cup final

Bar staff assaulted during Halifax football social

Members of the Halifax firsts football team have been criticised for anti-social behaviour on Thursday night, after allegedly throwing eggs and stones at bar staff members, having been refused service in D-bar

York falls in Times University table

York has fallen two places in the Times Good University guide, dropping out of the top ten. The survey, released this week, ranked the University of York eleventh in the country

YUSU confirm £2.2 million Student Centre expansion

The YUSU Student Centre in James College will undergo an estimated £2.2million expansion over the summer holiday period

Band of the Week: Big Star

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

The Importance of Being Earnest

The Importance of Being Earnest is a fine production to end the year on; it should be recommended to those who have not seen the play before, yet it still offers something to those already familiar with the script

Halifax end season on a high with College Cup glory

Halifax vindicated their favourites tag by beating Derwent 2-0 today to win the College Cup

James make amends for Cup disappointment with Plate success

Goals from Richard Baxter and James Offord were enough to see James firsts win the College Plate, overcoming Derwent seconds 2-1

University of York to charge £9,000 tuition fees

The University of York will charge £9,000 per year in Undergraduate tuition fees for students from October 2012

College Cup Podcast

Drumroll please, it’s the penultimate College Cup Podcast. The semi-finals have been and gone and now it’s final time, the Nouse Sport team run the rule over the semi-finals and make a few predictions for what is still to come

Not seen. Not heard.

With the the first UN-recognised International Widows Day on Thursday 23rd June, Mia de Graaf investigates the invisible existence of the world’s women in mourning

Faking the Fight

Talking to the people behind World Wrestling Entertainment Camilla Apcar finds out why watching fake fights is better than the real deal