March 2016

UK Steel in crisis as Tata announces sell-off

The UK steel industry is in crisis after the Indian conglomerate Tata has announced its decision to sell its UK steel manufacturing operations. Our Business editor, Elliott Banks, looks at the implications and what the government could do

Defining stories

Writer Jez Burrows speaks to Jack Richardson about his unusual method of storytelling

Former Derwent student famed for hijacker photo

The 2011 graduate said “It has to be the best selfie ever”

Recipe: Proper Lush Welsh Cakes

An authentic recipe for a classic Easter sweet treat

The Rise and Return of the Male Rollneck

Not just for art critics and fashion designers, the rollneck jumper is the season’s key piece

Finding the link: Zika and microcephaly

Eleanor Mason goes behind the headlines to examine the Zika virus

York’s Octopush take the plunge to host Nationals

Ever popular under-water club heads up tournament

Tent set for rebuild next term

Long term gains and short term pain, Anna Coughlan discuses the plans for a new Sports Centre Tent

Halifax Firsts storm second half in ruthless play-off performance

The sun was shining down on Halifax Firsts at the 3G as they won an impressive victory of 10-0 against…

James Firsts take the lead against Derwent Seconds

James Firsts eventually were simply too much for Derwent Seconds, winning 6-3 in a pulsating encounter in College Football’s top…

Success for York in Lacrosse Nationals

From the 20th to the 21st of February UYLC participated in the English Lacrosse National Universities 8-a-side Tournament in Preston.…

Isaac Beevor: “At the moment College Sport is a problematic system”

The new York Sport President talks to Nouse about inclusivity in Sport and Roses