Yvonni-Stefania Efstathiou Yvonni-Stefania Efstathiou

Politics Editor (2013/14)

Yvonni-Stefania has written 46 articles for Nouse

John Faraclas interview: Where does Greece stand now?

Yvonni Efstathiou speaks to John Faraclas about the current state of Greece and where it’s future may lie

UK Parliament votes Yes to airstrikes in Iraq

At five o’clock on Friday 26 September, the UK voted in favour of joining the US, France and some Middle…

York falls five places in Times league table

The University of York has fallen five places in the Sunday Times Good University Guide

University shortlisted for Times Higher Education Award

The University has been recognised for its ‘Outstanding Contribution to Leadership Development’

Nouse celebrates 50th anniversary

The University of York’s oldest campus newspaper will be celebrating its anniversary with a ball

York ‘sex attack’ claim was made up

The teenage girl who reported a sexual assault last week could now face charges after confessing the claim was made up

Police investigate sexual assault in York

A young woman was sexually assaulted in an alleyway off Friargate on Thursday night

Freshers left unsatisfied by ‘flawed’ accommodation process

Students have once again criticised Accommodation Services despite promises to improve the system last year

Societies: Academic and Careers

There are plenty of academic societies available to students at York, we’ve put together a guide for prospective students to use

Societies: Activities

There is a fantastic range of activities to take part in at York, the campus provides exciting opportunities to get involved in unique and diverse societies

Societies: Media and Publishing

The University of York is home to several multiple award winning media and publishing societies. It is regarded as one of the best campuses for journalism and this list will help you choose the right society for your media and publishing needs

Societies: Politics

The University of York has many active political societies, this guide details what campus has to offer for budding political activists