September 2013

A different kind of party conferenceā€¦

Josiah tells us why every party conference should be more like the Green’s

George Osborne is rubbing his hands in glee, but has the economy really turned the corner?

The economy may have turned a corner but we still need to be cautious, argues Jacob Miller

A Hair-Raising Experience: The First London Hair Fashion Week

THE JOB For the past six weeks I have been working for a niche PR company that specialises in beauty…

LFW Review: Leutton Postle SS14

Leutton Postle is cool, like, seriously cool

MAD about the Menu

Benjamin Reedman digs in to the detail of why you shouldn’t invest in the MAD catering scheme

York’s local rivals run riot on JLD

York’s men’s firsts hockey side got their pre-season off to a shaky start on an overcast JLD as York St John’s men’s firsts came out as 3-0 victors

University oversight risks our reputation

With tuition fees now at Ā£9000 a year, departments will be expected to provide the very best for their students. This will be incredibly challenging when one considers they will be providing for more students than they can physically cater for

Review: Insidious: Chapter 2

James Wan follow-up to 2010’s Insidious isn’t life-changing, but if you’re up for an hour of mindless ‘cattle-prod cinema’ then this is the film for you

Review: R.I.P.D

The morally ambiguous dead can make it to heaven by working for the Rest In Peace Department. The audience, however, doesn’t get that option. 96 minutes of hell for us

Resilient York battle to pre-season win

York’s women’s hockey team held onto a 1-0 win against local rivals York St John this afternoon on a muggy JLD

Unveiling inequality in the courts

Unless you live in a cave, you’ll know recent events have rekindled the debate about the wearing of the niqaab,…

A Great British Cautionary Tale

An intrepid encounter with a technical bake turns Rachel Thompson’s kitchen into a hotbed of stress and squashed blueberries