Henry James Foy Henry James Foy

Editor (2008/09)

Henry has written 158 articles for Nouse

Henry James Foy

Ladies and Gentlemen of the class of 2012. Enjoy the freedom and opportunities of University life. Oh, never mind; you will not understand the freedom and opportunities of University until you’re mired in third-year hell

Henry James Foy

Forget Summer Ball and the impending graduation ceremony, there is one thing that can’t come quickly enough: the Facebook cull is coming. The days of an unadulterated stream of vacuous nonsense are numbered

Bode hat-trick earns dramatic win

A timely hat-trick from Nico Bode saw York record a memorable win in the men’s firsts indoor hockey fixture by 5 goals to 3

Cunning Cantor in croquet glory

Try telling Vice-Chancellor Brian Cantor that it’s the taking part that counts. His teammate YUSU President Tim Ngwena might be all about keeping it cool, but Cantor’s a man who hasn’t got to the top by losing

Henry James Foy

“You’re not a lad,” pipes up my girlfriend for the third time that afternoon

YUSU Strategic Plan

Excited you probably aren’t, but interested you should be. After months of consultation, Union President Tim Ngwena has released the draft version of YUSU’s strategic plan for 2010-2013, claiming that the report “sets the framework for making the right decision in the future.”

Roses 2010 LIVE: Sunday

Live coverage for the final day of Roses 2010

Roses 2010 Saturday – How it happened

Live coverage for the second day of Roses 2010

Bode hat-trick sees York take Indoor Hockey spoils

A hat-trick from Nico Bode saw York record a memorable win in the Mens’ Firsts’ Indoor Hockey and snatch the overall Indoor Hockey points victory by 3.5 to 2.5

Roses 2010: Friday – As it happened

Live coverage for the opening day of Roses 2010

The Habit of Art

At times, when Theatre Royal is mid-way through its annual Pantomime’s run, and all that can be seen at The Opera House is a third-rate Jungle Book ballet, it seems that York is bereft of the cultural joys that one may enjoy in this country’s larger cities

Toast Obama’s victory, but winning this battle makes the war even harder

On Sunday night, even by normal standards, Washington was a heavily divided city