Beth Gandy

Deputy Web Editor (2008/09)

Beth has written 17 articles for Nouse

A Winter’s Tale

Given the infamous uncomfortable nature of the Drama Barn seats, staging a three hour Shakespearean tragic-comedy would seem a brave choice, especially following the influx of lighter comedies on this season at the Barn

No Exit

A white-wallpapered room contrasted with three brightly coloured sofas, providing a claustrophobic and intense setting. In a portrayal of hell where three souls are sent to be tortured by the other, No Exit is easy prey for a long and steady look at life’s meaning

‘Right to feedback’ campaign launched

Low levels of satisfaction amongst York students over the support provided by academic departments has prompted the Student Union to develop new policies to safeguard the welfare of its students

Students involved in series of assaults over summer break

Three incidents involving assaults on University students has raised awareness of safety issues in York after dark

Human rights expert speaks at York

Griffin expounded on the difficulties of the term ‘human rights’, citing that different societies would have different policies and approaches

Campus mural completed

A mural displaying a large range of campus logos has been painted this week by Student Action

Vanbrugh chair calls for YUSU to help financially insecure colleges

Vanbrugh JCRC Chair, Matt Oliver is calling on YUSU to help fund colleges more effectively

The Post Birthday World

Irina is given the decision to embark on an affair with the charismatic Ramsey or stay with her devoted, but steady husband Lawrence. So does she do it?

York learns from defeat of NUS review

YUSU is planning a wide program of consultation in the run to the governance review in the hope of avoiding a membership defeat like that suffered at the recent NUS annual conference

Lake swim leaves student hospitalised

A York student was rushed to hospital last Tuesday after having spent 45 minutes in the University lake

Boycott as the only effective form of protest

Beth Gandy talks to the Vice President of the European Parliament on Olympic boycott and human rights abuses China

Habeus Corpus

Alan Bennett’s wit descended on the Drama Barn for the latest production of Habeas Corpus, bringing a bit of light-heartedness to an otherwise serious run of plays this season