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Claudia Lawrence: Police arrest man after pub search

46-year old man arrested on suspicion of perverting the course of justice, and police say that more arrests are “possible” after Acomb pub search

The Garden of India fined thousands in hygiene prosecution

Popular curry house Garden of India has been fined thousands after putting lives at risk

Photographer removes ‘digital slimming’ service following outrage

University issues statement saying that Success has removed its controversial ‘digital slimming’ service

Pay £9.95 to look SLIMMER: Anger at graduation photographer offering students chance to perfect their look

University graduation photographer offering innovative service sparks social media fury

Students now worth thousands in gadgets, new data reveals

The average university student now owns over £4,500 worth of possessions, new data reveals

Commonwealth Games 2014: Inside the Opening Ceremony

Caitlin Graham takes a look at the Opening Ceremony from an insider’s perspective

Commonwealth Games 2014: Into the Lions Den

When I came to my first training session all those many months ago they warned that this would be a […]

Greece’s Euro 2004 triumph: ten years on

A decade on from their shock victory at Euro 2004, James Pascoe investigates what happened to the stars of Greek football’s finest hour

Preview: Commonwealth Games 2014

Sports Reporter Caitlin Graham gives the inside view of the Commonwealth Games 2014

Sport opinion: Can you survive without your superstar?

As I Liverpool fan I find myself asking this unavoidable question as I come to terms with the announcement on […]

Can Ed Miliband End Casting Politics?

Cynicism is perhaps the only common emotion that people feel towards politics these days. Of course there are still those […]

Have we reached Peak UKIP?

Michael Cooper asks the question ‘Have we reached Peak UKIP?’

Classism at the YUSU Awards

Jack Chadwick writes about the classist joke made at the YUSU awards

Bring On the Coffee Shops!

Eliza Gkritsi promotes a rebirth of a coffee shop culture in UK universities

The Sterile Social Network

Helena Horton bemoans the death of privacy and individuality on social media

Duck Breast, Confit Carrots. Orange Puree, Coriander Jus.

The idea for this dish came from two places: the classic duck a l’orange, and the flavour profile of wheat beers.

Tastes of the World

Liza checks out some of York’s restaurants. How authentic is their cuisine?

Destination Dining

Travelling somewhere for the specific purpose of visiting a restaurant is a relatively new phenomenon, but destination diners are discovering cuisine worth the effort.

Food for Free

Noma has reclaimed its place as the world’s best restaurant according to San Pellegrino’s recent list. In a list populated […]

Summer Day Out: Castle Howard

Looking for something to do after exams? Look no further than to Castle Howard, situated just outside York

Interview: Nick Clegg

Oscar Pearson speaks to Nick Clegg on Nigel Farage, tuition fees, and making cups of tea for David Cameron

The Tab says we’re weird. York students respond: get over it!

We asked some freshers why their year at York has left them wanting more.

Game of York: A Song of Geese and Swans

Ever wondered what the university would look like in Game of Thrones? Have you not considered carefully which house your college would be in? Well, now here is your chance as Maesters of the Nine Kingdoms, Lord Thomas Ron and Ser Callum Shannon, chronicle the geography of Heslington Westeros…

INTERVIEW: FA Chairman Greg Dyke

Ollie Meakin and James Pascoe interview FA Chairman and York Chancellor Greg Dyke

Interview: Ray Hudson

I interview Ray Hudson, who is currently a football commentator on beIN Sport. He is renowned for his commentating style, which […]

Greece’s Euro 2004 triumph: ten years on

A decade on from their shock victory at Euro 2004, James Pascoe investigates what happened to the stars of Greek football’s finest hour

The Wolf of Netflix: Lost Girl

Tom Davies watches the Canadian supernatural drama Lost Girl, and explains why it’s not just a cheap rip off of True Blood.

The Wolf of Netflix: Farscape

Tom Davies’ revived TV review blog takes on Farscape, the oft’ forgotten Australian science fiction series.

Davies’ Summer Diaries: Going off the Rails

Tom Davies goes slightly mad whilst on a coach to Plymouth.

Column: Edward Greenwood

Ed Greenwood, one of our columnists, writes about his attempts at student activism…