May 2015

TV Review: Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell Series 1 Episode 2: ‘How Is Lady Pole?’

The two magicians meet and the sinister Gentleman’s plans develop as Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell stays excellent, says Liam Dooley

York felled in final home game

York were defeated 6-2 by formidable opponents FC Baltic in their final home game of the season in the National Futsal…

Nouse Summer Sports Survey 2015

After a successful debut in 2014, the Nouse Summer Sports Survey returns this year, offering students the opportunity to have their say about sports on campus

Game Review: Epanalepsis

Adam Koper tests out this new point and click game

James press home advantage to progress

After Derwent’s earlier slip blew Group D wide open, James Firsts made no mistake in beating Constantine 5-0 to progress in the College Cup

Alcuin survive Wentworth fightback

In a frantic fixture, Wentworth fought back from two down to draw level, only to lose to a breakaway goal

Review: Tomorrowland: A World Beyond

A teenage girl discovers a new world in an original but frustrating take on the sci-fi genre, says Helena Sutcliffe

Goodricke beat Derwent in smash-and-grab victory

Goodricke Firsts beat Derwent Seconds 2-0 to reach the quarter finals of the College Cup thanks to Billy Bruce’s spectacular brace

Festivals 2015: More names announced for Reading & Leeds

With just over 3 months to go, R+L keep expanding an impressive line-up, adding Twin Peaks, Sunset Sons, Mariachi El Bronx and more

Festivals 2015: Dot To Dot Nottingham – Day Review

Chloe Kent and Munisha Lall head down to the Nottingham leg of the increasingly prolific touring festival, and catch sets from Rae Morris, Saint Raymond, Amber Run and Swim Deep

TV Review: Gotham Series 1 Episode 21: ‘The Anvil or the Hammer’

Gotham’s serial killer plotline comes to an abrupt end, but a developing mob war looks promising for the series finale, says Niall Whitehead

Album Review: Mumford & Sons – Wilder Mind

Mumford and Sons’ hypnotic control over the British audience continues. Alex Killeen reviews