Sofia Geraghty Sofia Geraghty

Deputy Comment Editor (2014/15)

Sofia has written 31 articles for Nouse

CLICK HERE: clickbait’s impact on wider news

Anyone who has ever attempted to do anything, ever, will be familiar with the time vortex that is Buzzfeed. One…

Oxbridge leads the way against sexual abuse

Oxbridge students will have a new addition to their introductory workshops this year: don’t touch drugs, don’t play with matches,…

Mind your manners: Reardon has a point

Spending three years living with people your own age teaches you a lot, but it really doesn’t teach you manners.…

Anti homeless spikes force us to confront our complicit attitude

The introduction of ‘anti-homeless spikes’ outside of a London block of flats has caused social media ‘outrage’. The spikes are…

Students still split after NUS referendum debate

York’s position within the NUS continues to be a point of discussion following a heated debate on the issue

Tang Hall lottery grant now open to students

Students are being invited to pitch their community engagement ideas to secure up to a £500 grant from the National Lottery Fund

Stop trying to make cliques happen

Discussing cliques 10 years on from Mean Girls

It’s all gone Ron …

Spare a thought for Harry’s downtrodden sidekick this Valentines Day

The best cartoons of 2013

The cartoons of Nouse 2013

No one loves a bad boy

Nothing angers the British public more than the wealthy, lazy and ungrateful. Jumping on a train therefore, whether it be gravy or actual, and taking what others have worked for, will not win you any friends in today’s Britain

Halloween costumes: where do we draw the line?

Stereotypes have always existed but they are only dangerous when people think there is truth in them or discriminate based on them. To ban dressing up as a stereotype gives them importance and gravity that they truly do not deserve

Fighting the stigma

With one in four people likely to suffer from mental ill-health, Sofia Geraghty looks at what the NUS are doing to eradicate the stigma amongst students