Clive Crouch

Clive has written 17 articles for Nouse

Squash Club taste tri-racket glory

MEMBERS OF the University Squash team emerged victorious when the campus racket clubs faced off against each other in a three-way tournament last weekend

York academics’ Honours

THE ACHIEVEMENTS of two York Professors have been recognised by their inclusion in the Queen’s 2005 Birthday Honours List.
Professor Jonathan Bradshaw, Head of the Social Policy and Social Work Department, received the Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) for his services to child welfare

Beneath the skin of TV’s first human dissection

Blood, guts and plenty of naked flesh. Anatomy for Beginners had all the ingredients of a standard late night TV show, but according to Professor John Lee, such a characterisation is at best unfair, at worst ignorant…

Unqualified refs cost hockey seconds point

A DEMORALISING ruling by BUSA offcials has robbed the Men’s 2nds Hockey team of a point at the end of their season, writes Clive Crouch.

Last week’s hard-fought home match against Northumbria 2nds, which ended in a 3-3 draw, had to be replayed after the opposition complained that the referees used in the game did not hold all the required qualifications. In last Sunday’s re-match, York suffered a 3-1 defeat

University breaks govt guidelines

City of York Council and the University have been accused of breaking government guidelines in a desperate bid to keep…

War of words as politics lecturer turns up heat on Kilroy-Silk

Britain’s leading expert in middle eastern studies, York Professor Haleh Afshar, has hit out at “BNP recruiting” Robert Kilroy-Silk

Technician takes to public transport

As Heslington village chokes in the exhaust fumes, Lab manager Dave Hay was one of three eager commuters who agreed…

YSCA clinches Dench

Judi Dench becomes new YSCA patron, but is this a sign of things to come?

Security Lapses Mar York Conferences

Students left to guard major conferences are no match for organised protests

Once upon a time in Mexico

Cert. 18 Director: Robert Rodriguez Starring: Antonio Banderas, Johnny Depp. Runtime: 105 minutes Rewind back to 1995 and you may…

Barbican Concerns

Students’ Union (SU) Officers could soon be in for a rude awakening when it comes to booking next term’s Freshers’ Bash at the Barbican, write Clive Crouch and Chris Mercer

Prize Erection

York is competing against Oxford University for a prestigious new £10 million building, writes Clive Crouch