Jamie Summers

Sports Editor (2013/14)

Jamie has written 185 articles for Nouse

Album Review: Brandon Flowers – The Desired Effect

The Killers’ frontman is back with his second solo effort – Jamie Summers weighs up The Desired Effect alongside 2010’s Flamingo

Que sera, sera

In Jamie Summers’ final piece for Nouse (probably), he reflects on his time at the University and his love affair with Tom Fennelly

Survey finds most students think degrees are poor value for money

Less than ten per cent of students thought their degree was ‘very good’ value for money

Nouse Summer Sports Survey 2015

After a successful debut in 2014, the Nouse Summer Sports Survey returns this year, offering students the opportunity to have their say about sports on campus

Remembering the Bradford Fire Disaster

In the wake of the 30th anniversary of the Valley Parade fire, Jamie Summers reflects on a tragic day for Bradford, and for football

Futsal off to Roses flier

Junior Roberti’s side made a sensational start to life as part of the Roses tournament, comprehensively beating their Lancaster rivals in the Tent

Raiders narrowly beaten on Roses debut

The Raiders went down to a narrow defeat on 22 Acres against Lancaster Lynx, but gave a manful performance in only their second full fixture as a club

Women’s lacrosse thump Lancaster again

York women’s lacrosse team continued their dominance over Lancaster at Roses, with a comprehensive victory in the 22 Acres sunshine

Women’s indoor hockey take a share of the spoils

The White Rose earned a point towards York’s overall Roses score with a well-earned 2-2 draw inside the Tent

UYAFC Thirds edge out Lancaster

Joe Watkins’ side put in an efficient performance against a determined Lancaster side to complete a brilliant year for York football at Roses

Roses 2015 Friday: As it happened

All the live coverage from Friday of this year’s Roses, right here in York

College Cup draw announced

This year’s College Cup draw took place last week and has thrown up some fantastic groups, including two tournament favourites, James firsts and Derwent firsts, in the same group