November 2017

Theatre Review: For Love or Money

Money, deception and laughs in 1920s Yorkshire: We sent Ruth Lee to review Blake Morrison’s modern adaptation of Lesage’s eighteenth…

DLC’S in the age of the microtransaction

Rebecca Cowie investigates the problems of downloadable content and how it’s killing the gaming industry

Peace and security in the Asia Pacific in the post-Obama era: The view from ASEAN and Indonesia

Indonesian Ambassador to the UK, Dr. Rizal Sukma, visits York to give speech and answer questions on peace and security in South East Asia

Review: Mudbound

James Wright isn’t so sure about Netflix’s big Oscar hope

Theatre Review: Tanja

The name Tanja is the pseudonym used by the British Press to name the women seeking asylum and whom are…

Theatre Review: Doctor Faustus

For their final full production of the semester DramaSoc took on Christopher Marlowe’s classic tragedy. We sent Izzy Moore to watch this new, all-female production

LIFF Review: Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

James Wright reviews one of the standout films of this year’s festival circuit

College sport leagues see tense finish

COLLEGE SPORT CAME back with a bang this term, with a host of surprises and close contests in store for…

York hoop victory

THE SHOWDOWN between York men’s 1s and Sunderland 1s began frantically, with three baskets being slotted away in the first…

Narrow victory for netball

YORK NETBALL 1s completed a narrow 42-40 home victory over Sheffield 2s on Wednesday. This was the latest in a…

Women’s 1s rally to victory against Durham

North East badminton derby ends in 5-3 victory for York women’s 1s as they close the gap on promotion

Ironwoman Daniela Ryf: the fittest of them all?

Who is the fittest of them all? Runners, cyclists or swimmers? That was the debate out of which the concept…