February 2018

Theatre Review: Sister Act

It is singing nuns and tough gangsters abounds as CHMS bring the classic musical Sister Act to York. We sent Andreane Rellou to find out how they got on

A note from the Deputy Editor … 13 February 2018

At long last, this is it. It’s our fourth edition and it’s finally time for me to do the Editor’s…

York BAME admissions lower than Oxbridge

THE UNIVERSITY OF York is less diverse than Oxbridge according to new figures  produced by UCAS. In 2017 the University…

New report reveals 48% do not receive support service advice

A NEW EXCEPTIONAL circumstances report has been released by YUSU Community and Wellbeing Officer Mia Shantana Chaudhuri-Julyan. Chaudhuri-Julyan conducted a survey…

YUSU Elections candidates announced as online campaigning commences

CANDIDATES RUNNING for positions in this year’s YUSU Elections have been revealed. An overall total of 67 candidates are listed…

Staff and Sabbs thrashed by York’s Uni Challenge team

TUESDAY 23 JANUARY saw the greatest University Challenge showdown come to a head in Hendrix Hall. The current University Challenge…

UKIP leader speaks out over sticker

SENIOR MEMBERS of the UK Independence Party, including party leader Henry Bolton, have reacted angrily towards anti-UKIP propaganda that has…

Conservative York Council leader ousted by party

THE LEADER OF York City Council, Councillor David Carr, has been ousted from his role  following a vote of no…

Piazza Building may be built over ceremonial ritual ground

THE UNIQUE ARCHAEOLOGY of Heslington East means that there is a strong possibility that a ceremonial burial ground used to…

Spark:York launches this spring

SPARK:YORK HAVE stated their intention to open in spring 2018, at Piccadilly, York. The shipping container-based shopping venue will house…

One Planet Week kicks off sustainability focus

THE UNIVERSITY IS hosting its second annual ‘One Planet Week’, featuring a series of talks and activities designed to inspire…

‘How can a film be gay?’

Oscar Bentley talks to the producer of BAFTA nominated God’s Own Country about LGBT film, Brexit, and Yorkshire