Amy Wong Amy Wong

Deputy Editor (2015)
News Editor (2014/15)
Deputy Sub Editor (2013/14)

Amy has written 115 articles for Nouse

PwC named top graduate employer

Accountancy firm employed 530 graduates in 2014

Study reveals spending habits of students

Study finds student that on average students spend four times more on alcohol than food

Games and Activities Societies

Aerobics Society Aerobics Society is a great way to stay fit even if you’re not particularly sporty as it caters…

Music and Performance Societies

Band Society Band Society aims to help students meet people with similar tastes in music and form new bands. It…

Edinburgh Fringe 2015 Review: Institute

Gecko’s surreal production impresses Amy Wong thanks to its imaginative staging and flawless choreography

Edinburgh Fringe 2015 Review: The Solid Life of Sugar Water

Incisive writing and strong performances make Jack Thorne’s play about loss, hurt and rediscovery a Fringe highlight for Amy Wong

Edinburgh Fringe 2015 Review: TES

Steve Larkin’s modern retelling of Tess of the D’Urbervilles fails to inspire reviewer Amy Wong

Edinburgh Fringe 2015 Review: Spillikin: A Love Story

Pipeline Theatre’s play about the memories of an Alzheimer’s sufferer left with a robot companion astounds reviewer Amy Wong

Edinburgh Fringe 2015 Review: Ross & Rachel

Molly Vevers delivers an outstanding performance in this cynical look at relationships. Amy Wong reviews

Edinburgh Fringe 2015 Review: Tether

Elastic theatre about a blind athlete and her guide provides for exemplary acting, but a run-of-the-mill plot disappoints reviewer Amy Wong

Edinburgh Fringe 2015 Review: Bruce

Foam finds form in this intelligent and parodic play about a sponge with a story to tell. Amy Wong reviews

Edinburgh Fringe 2015 Review: Dead Man’s Cell Phone

Laughter is left ringing in Amy Wong’s ears, but the writing style of this modern mouthful fails to Ruhl the day