Josh Boswell Josh Boswell

Deputy Editor (2012/13)

Josh has written 79 articles for Nouse

Mapping York’s rent

This online data project confirmed a few anecdotal truisms about accommodation for us, but also provides some new interesting insights

Late night alcohol levy divides opinion

York Council may introduce a levy on late night bars and clubs, in an effort to tackle the problems caused by late night drinking

Russell group? Who cares?

Maybe we don’t care because at the end of the day whether York is in, out, or shaking it all about in the Russell group makes very little difference to us as students

A BA Bereavement

Like it or not university is a bubble, and by the time you finish your finals, that bubble has burst

Lancaster take the spoils in table tennis

The York table tennis team was not expecting to do fantastically against Lancaster in this year’s Roses, but unfortunately they were on the end of a hammering by the Red Rose

Squash firsts in superb Roses win

York men’s firsts squash team were a force to be reckoned with at Roses 2013

Mixed Ultimate team take first Friday points

The mixed Ultimate Frisbee team secured a dramatic Roses win on Friday afternoon

Women’s Ultimate win for Lancaster

York knew they were up against a strong team, having lost 9-4 in their match for Lancaster’s Roses tournament last year

Q&A: the new VC on salaries, carbon emissions, and semesterisation

We put the big questions to Professor Koen, the incoming Vice Chancellor

York student convicted for frying hamster

The Politics and International Relations student has been sentenced to 120 hours of community service, with a fine of £1000 in court costs

Contractors fly drones for US and UK military

A Nouse investigation has found BAE, York drone research sponsor, to be employing private, civilian contractors to fly drones for military operations in Afghanistan

CIA drone attacks branded “illegal” in US House of Representatives Hearing

“Under the legal theories adopted by our government in prosecuting Guantanamo detainees, these CIA officers as well as any higher level government officials who have authorized or directed their attacks are committing war crimes.”