James Redgrave

James Redgrave has written 23 articles for Nouse

Elegantly Wasted – US rules Britannia

Patriotism, never! James tells us why America is the new cool and Britain has nothing to be proud of. And he supports France. Sellout. But at least it’s his last column

Elegantly Wasted

The Banality or Reality

Elegantly Wasted

James gently introduces us to the complexities of macroeconomy and the intricacies of labour relations via pole dancing and shopping. Unfortunately he doesn’t study economics…

York’s Harrington ready for new life

Former History lecturer, Ralph Harrington, has said he will definitely not be returning to campus to resume his position within…

Alcuin fall away from the pack

Goodricke’s traditional dominance of College sport has reasserted itself this year but Vanbrugh attempted to put a thorn in the…

York’s Roasters back on campus

Three York University Football ‘stars’ are on a plane back to England, after posting bail in Spain. The squad’s mid-season…

Jim Dodge, Stone Junction

First published in 1990 ‘Stone Junction’ was Jim Dodge’s second novel and it shows. A bildungsroman which also chronicles a…

Elegantly Wasted

James looks back over 40 glorious years of nouse, using lots of words that no-one else understands

Pain for the Vain

In this issue, James questions our obsession with beauty, and tries to make himself sound intelligent by mentioning Marxism…

Hail to the Thieves

In the last edition of Warwick’s student paper ‘The Boar’ the editor responded to an accusation of plagiarism by claiming…

Tigers Take Down Geordies

A strong win over Northumbria University put the collaborative York/York St John’s team, the ‘York Tigers’ ahead of their nearest rivals, on the Northeast rugby league table, with two wins in as many games

Elegantly Wasted

Last issue we established James was a bit of a twat, this issue he expands on this theme in a rather trite and unimaginative way. Lets be honest, it’s verbosity over clarity….