The University has defended its decision to close Cafe Barista in response to the launch of YUSU's petition
Joshua Radin can sum up the life of an international musician in four simple steps: write, record, tour, repeat. Amy Blumsom finds out from the man himself just what each of those steps entail
Ballet and opera have long been seen as the epitome of high culture and art. Amy Blumsom ponders about how, at the end of the day, they're both forms of art.
YUSU and college JCRCs are promoting healthy eating after cases of scurvy were reported among students
YUSU President comes out in support of a York busker's campaign to support street performance culture.
A gutsy performance from York women's first lacrosse team failed to stop Durham thirds from winning the BUCS Northern Conference Cup on Wednesday, despite a strong start
A new YUSU building will be on Heslington East by 2015, the University has announced.
Election night might be over but you can still catch up with the best bits from the night with our audio interviews. Hear what all the big names had to say before and after the results.
Police officers were called as more than 20 people gathered outside the Ron Cooke Hub for a protest organised by members of the Palestinian Solidarity Society
A YUSU campaign was named NUS Disabled Students' Campaign of the Year yesterday. The award was given to the Access All Activities campaign during the NUS Disabled Students Campaign Conference
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