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Women’s fencing earn tight victory over Birmingham

York’s women fencers overcame Birmingham in a narrowly contested match to move up to third in the league

Basketballers beat Newcastle to earn first win of the season

York’s men swept to victory against Newcastle Seconds by 56 points to 45 today. Cameron Lange starred, scoring 26 points in two and a half quarters as the hosts got their first win of the season

James leave it late to stay in title race

Late goals from Dan Haresnape and Josh Brownlow saw James take all three points against Alcuin despite missing a second half penalty

Derwent crush Wentworth to keep up winning run

Derwent continued their winning start to the season with a 4-0 victory against a spirited Wentworth side

Unnecessary political correctness replaces tolerance with intolerance

The great cultural disease of the twenty-first century has claimed another victim. Political correctness, after ushering in the “Common Era” and seen off witches’ black attire, has now invaded the world of Thomas the Tank Engine

Men’s hockey firsts taste defeat in season opener

Two goals from James McCarthy consigned York men’s hockey firsts to defeat at the hands of Durham seconds in their first match of the season

Environmental concerns leave the University in a tight spot

It has been a tough time for the University recently. After being officially declared one of the least sexually active universities in the country, York has reached new lows in its environmental performance, falling to 83rd in the newly released People and Planet Green League

Late Norton winner puts Derwent seconds through to Plate final

A late rally saw Derwent seconds dump Halifax thirds out of the College plate to reach the final

Students need to support motions to uphold democracy

There is no point in students voting for motions to be passed if they are unwilling to put them into practice

Vanbrugh seconds ease to win over Wentworth thirds

Vanbrugh seconds eased to a comfortable 3-0 win over Wentworth thirds to set up a tense finale to Group 4, which could see either Alcuin firsts or Vanbrugh seconds join Halifax firsts in qualifying for the Cup

Atherton and Brinkworth give Derwent firsts the points

A late Dan Atherton strike ensured Derwent firsts took all three points against Halifax thirds, winning the game 2-0

University rankings are indecipherable and misleading

The arbitrary nature of University league tables emphasises how it is reputation, rather than ranking, that holds weight in the real world of employment