Rohan Banerjee Rohan Banerjee

Deputy Comment Editor (2012)

Rohan has written 50 articles for Nouse

The Tories must change their image

The Conservative Party image could be in great need of a renewal

Manchester Misguided

After David Moyes was chosen as Sir Alex Ferguson’s successor at Old Trafford, Rohan Banerjee questions the appointment of the Everton boss

Sob on the Tyne

In light of Newcastle’s 3-0 defeat at home to Sunderland, Rohan Banerjee analyses why this season epitomises a turbulent time at St James’ Park

Disband of Brothers

In the wake of David Miliband’s resignation, Hussein Kesvani and Rohan Banerjee ask: what next for the Labour Party?

China and India: A Bridge too Far?

Over the past decade, the East has witnessed a phenomenal rise in prosperity and become a hub for world commerce. Rohan Banerjee assesses if China and India can truly become the world’s biggest powers

New College of Calamities

Promotion of an amazing university shouldn’t really be based on not being something else. It’s like saying, “Okay so you failed, but it’s fine, you can pay for something better.”

Derwent denied as Taylor scores winner

Goals from Kieran O’Dwyer and Phil Taylor helped Vanbrugh hold off rivals Derwent in a spirited encounter on 22 Acres

Men’s lacrosse team thrash Hull in Varsity clash

York turned on the style as the men’s lacrosse firsts thrashed Hull 17-0 in a very one sided Varsity fixture

Mann of the match display secures win for football thirds

Joe Mann put in a virtuoso performance and Tom Parish scored a brace as the men’s football thirds came from behind to beat Hull in a thrilling Varsity clash

Exposure doesn’t pay

Despite initially reveling in my “position” at The Huffington Post, the stark reality that I would not be paid, regardless of any quality writing I might produce, soon killed off the novelty of exposure

Pardew sure he’s the man for the job?

After a roundly unsuccessful first half of the season for Newcastle United, Rohan Banerjee assesses whether manager Alan Pardew is right for the job

Movie-ing with the times

While Literature is granted its golden pedestal (academically at least), Film is quickly confined to the status of “low art”, below the heights of poetry and prose