Sarah Foster

Sarah has written 21 articles for Nouse

Drinking games: late licenses are another ploy to sedate students

The news of extended drinking hours could be met with many reactions. Although the one that seems most unlikely is that it is the University that is advocating all hour drinking

Sarah Foster

I can see the Minster from my mildewed shower Ah York, how I missed you. I’d managed to survive three…

Studentification laws are flawed and impractical

If there’s one thing that has annoyed me in the last two years, it’s the increasing ridiculous stereotype of the student, which seems to haunt me at every turn

Even students are going to feel the crunch

Upon discovering that rents for campus accommodation were likely to rise in line with inflated gas prices my first response was one of annoyance

TV & Media

In this supposedly post-feminist world, Sex and the City seems to say an awful lot about the role of women in today’s society. And the role of men. And the role of shopping

Sarah Foster

Why beards give me the screaming heebie-jeebies

All Tomorrow’s Parties

ATP seems to have been designed with music at the forefront of all else. The sound quality was excellent and the bands were all at the top of their game. Musically, this was a delight for the senses

Chesney Hawkes. Not my one and only…

I’m not claiming that Hawkes doesn’t have genuine fans. I just find it hard to believe that any of these genuine fans exist in the York student body

‘Forbidden Forests’ and FanFiction

‘Forbidden Forests’ and FanFiction Regular readers to the one blog entry that I’ve written will be aware that I have…

Flying pigs and student politics

The UGM results represent a campus minority, but how can we challenge student apathy?

Whose Life is it Anyway?

There are a few things in life which it seems very hard to make humorous. Take the tale of a quadriplegic woman contemplating suicide. Yet Brian Clark’s play Whose Life Is It Anyway? manages to do just that

TV & Media

Sunday 3rd February – God save the BBC – the anarchy of kids’ TV Nostalgia’s found a comfortable home at…