No, They Can’t Wash No Scrubs: Nursing Students Protest Eden’s Court Squalor

No, They Can’t Wash No Scrubs: Nursing Students Protest Eden’s Court Squalor

Nursing students living in Eden’s Court, an off-campus block part of Derwent College, have started a petition asking the university to provide more washing facilities after they have been left frustrated and More »

Pick A Side: Become A Campaign Coordinator In YUSU’S Working-Class & Social Mobility Officer Referendum

Pick A Side: Become A Campaign Coordinator In YUSU’S Working-Class & Social Mobility Officer Referendum

Students with a burning passion in improving social mobility and working class representation within YUSU, or a talent for semantic pedantry and wording of policy motions, can apply to lead campaigns for or against the More »

Police investigate shameful hockey social after members wear swastikas and praise 9/11

Police investigate shameful hockey social after members wear swastikas and praise 9/11

CW: Racism, Sexism, Misogyny, References to Sexual Violence. The University of York Hockey Club have been condemned by officials within the University of York and beyond over the Conduct of their members More »

BREAKING NEWS: Collision on Green Dykes Lane

BREAKING NEWS: Collision on Green Dykes Lane

Emergency services were called to the scene of a collision on Green Dykes Lane today at 7pm. An air ambulance landed on the grounds of The Retreat nearby. York Vision is unsure More »

BREAKING NEWS: Man Rescued By Air Ambulance From York Minster Steeple

BREAKING NEWS: Man Rescued By Air Ambulance From York Minster Steeple

  Emergency services rushed to the York Minster this morning (Thursday 5th) after a man was taken seriously ill – at a shocking 40 metres above the ground. Emergency services group crew More »

 

York University Challenge Contestant Cleared of Rape

A York graduate who appeared on University Challenge has been found not guilty of raping a woman while a student. Former history student, Barto Joly de Lotbiniere, had been accused

Make Britain Great Again: Remove International Students From Migration Quotas

‘If you want to see what’s going to happen in the UK politics, you just need to look at what happened 10 years ago in the US politics’ – It

Life of an International Student

York has a very big international community and you will find here people coming from all over the world. For us internationals, moving to uni is even a bigger deal

Pests, Paedos, and Perverts: Should you be worried about living near someone on the Violent and Sexual Offences Register?

Content Warning: references to sexual violence. A Freedom of Information request from York Vision to North Yorkshire Police has revealed that, as of September, there were 52 people on the Violent and

Food and Booze Just Got Cheaper: York Drops “Rip-Off” Transaction Charges

Buying food and drink on campus just got easier YUSU Commercial Service and The University of York have jointly announced that from Monday the 18th of September all card and mobile payment

Greggs, Papa John’s, and MORE, to open on Hes East

The University has confirmed seven new retailers are going to Heslington East Campus soon. Retailers confirmed include: Papa Johns, a pizza takeaway Greggs, a bakers (sadly not located on Greg’s

Tim Peake to Re-enter Campus Spaceship This Freshers

Major Tim Peake, one of the first British*, and 7th European Space Agency (ESA) astronaut to enter Space will visit University of York’s “Campus Spaceship”, Central Hall, on Day 2 of

7 Shocking Things We Learnt from York’s Student Health Needs Assessment

Content Warning: this article contains references to drug use, sexual violence, suicide, and self-harm. York’s first Student Health Needs Assessment Report (SHNAR) was recently published revealing 7 shocking things the report

York to host Young Greens Convention

In a video released today, Young Greens announced their 2017 Annual Convention would be held at the University of York on the 11th and 12th of November. Join us at

Uni researchers name bird after Love Island’s Marcel – because he can’t find a mate

University scientists have named a study bird Marcel, in honour of Love Island’s Marcel Somerville – after the unlucky-in-love creature flew 600 miles searching for a mate. The researchers could

York student’s debut novel long-listed for literature’s biggest prize

A York PhD student’s debut novel has been long-listed for the 2017 Man Booker prize – widely considered to be among the most prestigious awards in fiction. The Man Booker

Police appeal to public to help find missing York schoolgirls

North Yorkshire Police today repeated an appeal for any information regarding the disappearance of two teenaged girls in York. 15 year-old Thi Phan and 14 year-old Tram Le were last

Hurrah for Taher: Inspirational refugee student wins “BTEC Student of The Year”

Maryam Taher, a first year Biomedical Sciences student at the University of York, was praised as “inspirational” at this year’s National BTEC Awards upon winning both an award for BTEC Student

Uni bosses launch appeal against controversial ranking

University bosses have launched an appeal against the recent ‘Silver’ rating for York in the controversial Teaching Excellence Framework, (TEF) claiming it is unreflective of the “teaching excellence offered here

No ‘Grenfell Tower’ Cladding on Campus, Investigation Finds

There is no dangerous cladding on buildings owned or managed by the University, an internal review of 90 buildings has found. The news comes after student residences across the country

TEF: Uni of York Miss Out On Gold

The University of York was ranked Silver in the 2017 Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF), missing out on the Gold ranking. This puts York  below at least 59 other academic institutions in