It may sound like the start of a joke, but what does a sculpture of Robin Hood and his merry men in Nottingham, a thatched […]
These are just some of the stories beginning to emerge from fourteenth-century records held in the University of York’s archives. Joan of Leeds was fed […]
The British empire no longer exists and the British government is instead managing a declining British presence worldwide. Alongside the devolution of powers within the UK, it’s unclear what the term British is now meant to describe.
Surveys show that on average, women do over twice as much childcare as men. Strangely, men are still often labelled as ‘exceptional dads’ even for doing just 50% of the childcare – a fair share.
Research into the specific health and wellbeing benefits of singing is actually still in its infancy…[but] evidence is growing of psychological and physical improvement effects, with an indication that group singing is particularly beneficial over other social and community activities
Lung cancer currently kills 44 women every day in the UK. It’s the UK’s biggest cancer killer, resulting in 36,000 deaths a year in the UK.
There are 1.2 million chronically lonely older people in the UK and that half a million older people go at least five or six days a week without seeing or speaking to anyone at all.
Catch up with alumni memories, awards, career updates and other news – all submitted by fellow University of York graduates and retired staff.
DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY OF ART Academic Success for Former HoA Graduate Hin Hin Wong, a History of Art BA graduate from 2013, has recently commenced […]
Department of CHEMISTRY chemistry magazine launched The latest edition of ChemYork Spring 2018 is here! Catch up on all the top features, news and articles […]
CENTRE FOR APPLIED HUMAN RIGHTS In 2018, the Centre for Applied Human Rights will celebrate their 10th anniversary and will be hosting a celebration event […]
50th DATE SET – BOOK YOUR PLACE Next year Alcuin College will be celebrating its 50th anniversary! We, the alumni board, will be inviting you […]
Welcome to the first edition of Goodricke College’s alumni newsletter: your bi-annual update on college news and ways to get involved with the college. Welcome […]
Hello and welcome to the Langwith Alumni Newsletter, brought to you by Langwith’s student-led Alumni Relations and Engagement committee (LAR-E)! Here’s a photo of 3 […]
Stay in Touch! Follow Vanbrugh’s social media channels to stay up to date with the college. Facebook – Alumni of Vanbrugh College Twitter – @VanbrughCollege […]
York Conservation Alumni Association WELCOME to your YCAA newsletter! The theme this time is ‘networks’, with news of an upcoming reunion of alumni […]