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University announces £1.5 m waste contract with Yorwaste

The University of York has sealed a new five-year contract with Yorwaste worth £1.5 mn. Yorwaste will continue to provide…

Lecturer strikes to hit York

THE UNIVERSITY AND College Union (UCU) has announced 14 strike days starting in 22  February across 61 universities across the…

Donation from University for every voter

YUSU RECEIVED 93 nominees for positions in this year’s elections, more than doubling the number from 2017. All bar two…

Ex-student Dunmore wins Costa Book Title

YORK ALUMNA HELEN Dunmore was posthumously awarded the Costa Book of the Year award for her final poetry collection Inside…

Hes East Nisa still not open

NISA SUPERMARKET on Heslington East is still yet to open despite being advertised as opening in early January. In a…

What’s On in York?

What events are coming up over the next few weeks? Here are a few things to look out for. LitSoc…

New universities regulator marred by controversy

The Office for Students (OfS) is a new regulator for universities, due to take over from the current Higher Education…

Debate on Yorkshire devolution ongoing

The ongoing debate of Yorkshire devolution continues as Dan Jarvis, Labour MP for Barnsley Central, pressured Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State…

Tackling the Sanitary Stigma

YUSU and Halifax College are taking steps to address the issue of period poverty at the University. Mia Shantana Chaudhuri-Julyan,…

Samaritans drop-in sessions to be held twice weekly

The University of York is expanding its networks of support for students by introducing twice weekly drop-in sessions with the…

Votes for BAME rise as YUSU turnout falls

The University of York YUSU elections may have seen a downward trend in voter numbers, but an upward interest in…

Piazza Building opens as YUSU sabbatical officers solve societies’ campus storage crisis

The University is converting a room in the newly-opened Piazza Building on Campus East with the aim of creating storage…