Zoe Thomson

Zoe Thomson has written 14 articles for Nouse

Classics are the New Black

Penguin have recently released a new set of affordable and accessible classics – The Little Black Classics range. But do such iconic texts need to be made more accessible? Can these ‘new’ texts still be considered classics? Zoe Thomson considers the impact of Penguin’s new endeavour

College Netball Round-Up: Derwent dominate in the Tent

Image: Aggie Torrance DERWENT 20 – 5 GOODRICKE Derwent dominated to win 20-5 against Goodricke in the first game of…

Halifax dominate to win league opener

Halifax recorded a comfortable victory over Goodricke in the Tent as college netball gets underway for the term

University team dominates netball Cup

The University’s netball and James College firsts teams continue to top their respective groups after the fourth round of netball College Cup fixtures

Happy birthday, Charlie

Fifty years since it was first published, Zoe Thomson looks at why Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory remains popular today

Review: Fusion on Film

Zoe Thomson reviews Fusion’s annual offering of dance, fashion and music

Women’s football side hold Durham to draw

York played strongly to prevent a tough Durham side from scoring and held them to a 0-0 draw in an impressive performance on a blustery 22 Acres on Wednesday

Netballs firsts eye promotion after Teesside thrashing

York’s firsts netball side dominated a fast-paced game to thrash Teeside firts 70-9 in the Tent yesterday evening

James and Derwent victorious in the Tent

Both James and Derwent beat their opponents in Tent on Sunday afternoon

Myths Behind the Mistletoe

Zoe Thomson takes a look at some of the myths and legends surrounding today’s popular Christmas symbols

UYWRUFC storm into the next round of the cup

York’s women’s rugby side fought hard to secure a well-earned 44-5 victory in the Northern Conference Cup match on 22 Acres this afternoon in front of a vocal crowd against Leeds Trinity

Gallant women’s rugby side thrash depleted Newcastle

York quickly adapted to a reduced team size and uncontested scrum rules to dominate play against an eleven-player and inexperienced Newcastle seconds side in the women’s rugby on 22 acres this afternoon, winning 78-0