Student newspapers in favour of ‘Harry’s Law’
YUSU supports student newspaper campaign in favour of 'Harry's Law'
Amnesty International society hold their annual ‘Jamnesty’ event
The charity fundraiser was held at the Fulford Arms to raise money for Amnesty International and Sunflowers in York
Photos from the pickets
Images taken across UCU picket lines and marches
Sabbs Come Dancing beats fundraising target for IDAS
YUSU Academic Officer Deb takes home glitter ball trophy, alongside Dance Society
Green growth or degrowth? Protests in Lützerath and the divided German Green Party
Criticism over government policy in Germany highlights the trade-off between the environment and economy
Why is the UK facing such intense food shortages?
Grace Fegan discusses the issues facing UK retailers, farmers and consumers as shortages blight the country.
York enjoys continued rail investment, but wider regional transformation remains in doubt
Recognition of the vital importance of upgrading the North's rail infrastructure is stalling, suggests Josh Cole.
“Nice Girls Don’t Get the Corner Office”, or do they?
Grace Bannister reviews Lois P Frankel’s 'Nice Girls Don’t Get the Corner Office', a book designed to give women career advice with a dangerously victim-blaming rhetoric.
Spring is on the horizon.
The state of US politics in 2023
Alexandre Freiherr Von Hornstein
Alexandre breaks down the current tensions in US politics
University of York seeks to revolutionise sustainable farming -- from inside a shipping container
Experiments at SPARK:York seek to find the key to feeding the future
York City's Woeful Season on and off the Pitch
Jack Bleksley gives an overview of York City FC's season so far, as they sit precariously above the relegation zone
Demystifying the world of gaming: Why the hobby is for everyone
The label of ‘gamer’ has acquired a reputation – Tasha Acres (she/her) wants to disprove it
Atlantique – "We were cast into the depths"
Camila Hernández reviews Mati Diop's Senegalese Social Realist film with a supernatural twist
Album Review: DMA'S: How Many Dreams?
Niamh Kitson (she/her) reviews DMA's fourth LP: "a fresh, feel-good album"
By Findlay Milne (He/Him)
Hook, Line, and Sinker
By Henry Gee (He/Him)
Awards season outfits review
Kendra Williams walks us through what makes a good red carpet outfit and some of the best of the season.
“The very nature of Art rests on its inclusivity, and if you’re going to celebrate it, you have to remember that.”
Dora Gawn-Hopkins (she/her) compares the diversity problems of the BAFTAs and the BRITS.
“I don’t think I’ll ever stop volunteering”
Katy Leverett talks to Eleanor Beckett, outgoing president of Amnesty Society, about the group’s achievements over the last year and how students can get involved.
A Snapshot Guide to Visiting Sri Lanka
Heather Gosling recommends locations of interest from her recent visit to Sri Lanka.
Celebrating International Women’s Day
Orla McAndrew reflects on this important day and speaks to other editors and writers about who inspires them
“We’re up for it and ready to be a full time band again” - Inspiral Carpet’s Stephen Holt talks to Muse
Alfie Sansom (he/him) talks with lead singer Stephen Holt about their latest tour, Nostalgia and whether Man City will win the Premier League
Recipe: Tomato and Anchovy Pasta
This cheap and easy pasta is packed full of flavour, and can be eaten hot or cold. It also is great for batch cooking to save time on busy days
Five ways to eat well with rising food prices
Henry Howard gives his advice to students interested in finding unique shortcuts to cutting down their food bills