Hannah Brearley Hannah Brearley

Chief Subeditor (2010/11)

Hannah has written 23 articles for Nouse

Student politics kicked to the gutter

Accusations that one of the YUSU Part-Time Officers, Lawrence Binitie- one of the Racial Equality Officers no less- has been making racially offensive comments kick-starts this term with suitable sensationalism

Late night events cancellation will not damage college spirit

The prospect of limiting late night commercial services won’t harm college spirit but it will mean JCRCs have to work harder to maintain unity

For a Purpose

For a day: Caste Howard, Bronte Parsonage, Alnwick Castle; For the food: Bunol, Berlin; The main event: Carnevale, Military Tattoo, Reykjavic

Contrasting agendas must be met with compromise

In the increasingly hush-hush no man’s land where the boundaries of media and law meet, home of back-room deals and cheating footballers, it has become unsurprising that headlines and stories are batted between the two factions until a mutually acceptable “truth” is agreed upon

Post-graduate study has been overlooked in fee rise

We hear about student finance enough, particularly after Lord Browne’s charming review. As a result, student apathy is running rife

University blunders shouldn’t backfire on students

I know very few students who would complain if over a thousand pounds was casually left in their bank account

Stolen bicycles returned by police

The successes of a recent police investigation, Operation Maelstrom, have helped to assuage student fears about bicycle thefts in York

Waiting for Lord Browne

Once again, we face a crisis in the future of our universities. The cost of our education is set to escalate once more, removing the system of higher education further and further from everyman attainability, and back towards the privilege of the privileged

CV-bolstering has become a full-time occupation

An accepted social stereotype of students can be that we are self-centred, middle class loafers; time wasters who are a drain on the economy, our parents, and anyone else who has the misfortune to come into contact with us

Rape cases cannot be blinded by prejudice or discrimination

Is it ever considered that there might be more than one side to a rape accusation?

A gentleman’s game watched by thugs?

No doubt you are familiar with the famous phrase “football is a gentleman’s game played by thugs, and rugby a thug’s game played by gentlemen” or words to that effect

Diagnosing dyslexia will suffer as the cuts hit home

Two hundred and fifty pounds is a lot of money. It’s how much money I get a month to live on. So if I had to make the choice between getting a dyslexia test and living, I know which one I’d pick