A university that started with 216 undergraduates now has 4100 students on its books. There were no colleges in 1963; there are now ten. A university that has a worldwide reputation started off in Heslington Hall (with refurbished stables.)
Author: Ian Stuart
(English and Related Literature, Derwent, 1966)
After leaving York in 1967, Ian taught in a variety of schools in Derbyshire, Manchester and the Isle of Man. On retirement he returned to York and took up another career as Ghost Trail guide, as well as writing poetry and working as a voice-over artist.