Places to see, things to do…

Imagine that your parents/boyfriend/girlfriend/best friend is coming to visit you in York, but you have absolutely no idea what to show them or where to take them in the city. No need to panic though, York is overflowing with attractions that cater to even the fussiest visitor. Obviously it would be extremely difficult to fit … Continue reading Places to see, things to do…

2nd year so far!

Hello! I’m Charlie, a 2nd year Environment, Economics and Ecology (EEE) student. It’s coming up to Christmas and this academic year has already been packed full! During the summer vacation I was lucky enough to gain a paid internship in the University’s Environment department. Yes paid! It involved working with lecturers to communicate ecosystem services … Continue reading 2nd year so far!

Volunteering in Africa

As the winter chill hits England hard, I want to cast all your minds to the warmth of the summer months, and how you can spend these few months of your summer doing something really rewarding! The University of York offers some really amazing volunteering opportunities that anyone can take part in! This gives you … Continue reading Volunteering in Africa

Keeping up with deadlines

 Hello all, I’m Freddy. I’m a second year Social and Political Sciences student, and I’m going to be blogging about all things York this year. For my first post, I thought it’d be a good idea to keep things nice and simple. Also, in writing this article I’m reminding myself of the great amount of … Continue reading Keeping up with deadlines

3 reasons to study Archaeology at The University of York

Deciding which is the best university, where you’ll spend the next three years of your life, is an almighty task. I have therefore come up with three incredible simple reasons why the University of York is an amazing university for you to study Archaeology at. 1. King’s Manor The Department of Archaeology is not actually based … Continue reading 3 reasons to study Archaeology at The University of York

Why York? Why Law?

So this is my first blog post, and I thought it would be fitting to share with you all why I chose to study Law and why I picked York to do so! BACKGROUND: So first, a bit about my background. I come from Scarborough, a small seaside town around 40 minutes away from York … Continue reading Why York? Why Law?

It Takes a College

2016 has been a big year for politics and elections, it seems! Never have I felt as much anxiety as I did sitting in front of the television on the 8th November, waiting for the results of the 2016 US Election to roll in. It’s been a long 18 months of ups and downs, playground tactics, … Continue reading It Takes a College