Oscar Bentley

Deputy Editor
News Editor (2017)
Online Editor (2016/17)
Deputy Comment Editor (2016/17)

Oscar has written 42 articles for Nouse

Calamity in the Cabinet

Prime Minister Theresa May’s already fatally unstable government has been rocked by a series of scandals over the past weeks…

The other CO2 problem

Marine life is threatened by the actions of humankind; overfishing is killing off some aquatic species to the point of endangerment;…

CLASH OF COMMENT: Should the UK change its electoral system to proportional representation?

  YES- Oscar Bentley Proportional representation is an electoral system where seats in Parliament are allocated proportionally to votes cast,…

BREAKING NEWS: Working Class and Social Mobility Officer Announced

York votes ‘yes’ to the proposed Part Time Officer position 990 students vote 495 students vote ‘yes’; 472 students vote…

Young Green Party to hold convention on campus

The youth branch of the Green Party is this year hosting its annual convention at the University of York. The…

Visibility of Course Reps called into question

The notability of the role of Course Reps has come to light after various students claimed they knew little about…

YUSU survey reveals “shocking” state of off-campus housing

Council passes motion to make all landlords of Houses of Multiple Occupation register or face a £30 000 fine Stories…

Loneliness does not have to be faced alone

Loneliness stems from many issues that need addressing, the first solution is to acknowledge that it affects all people

Theatre Review: Little Shop Of Horrors

There’s something strange happening down on Skid Row, complete with singing dentists and murderous plants. Oscar Bentley heads to The Drama Barn to investigate the latest production of this cult classic musical

York ranked ninth most affordable university city

The 2017 Student Living Index has found York to be the ninth most affordable university city in the UK, based…

“Bogus” internships make students pay

The University Careers department has been criticised for advertising internships where students taking part have undergone negative and substandard experiences. The…

Osborne is the petty politician we all deserve

After being fired from the government, George Osborne has made the Evening Standard relevant again by pursuing his revenge