Grab your friends and head back to York to join us – we’ve got festivals, race days and reunions to keep you entertained!
The original Humans of New York project began as a photography project in 2010. The photographs soon developed a global audience intrigued by the daily glimpses into the lives of strangers on the streets of New York City.
Nearly 100 staff and students were cast as extras in the film, wearing 1960s costume, with shots taking place outside Heslington Hall and inside the lecture theatre in the Department of Theatre, Film and Television.
Trying to learn ‘how to code’ is not a productive use of your time unless it has major value in your job, or you enjoy programming as a hobby.
There are lots of ways to continue learning, save yourself some money, and increase your human capital.
What have York students been saying and hearing around the city recently? A lot. Here’s a summary of our favourite comments.
Ah, halls of residence, how easy we had it then! On campus, everything was polished and picked up after by the cleaning staff. That communal kitchen food fight? Bad dream. The pile of washing up you left in the sink? Miraculously gone.
Any alumni will tell you that it doesn’t take much to entice you to come back to York but what in particular should you be looking out for this festive season?
Alumna Chantelle Nyarko is an internal recruiter at Credit Suisse. A member of our YAA Networks, she shares her five tips for getting that dream job.
Unfortunately, many of these establishments have folded and been unceremoniously replaced over the years. Alas, the legendary Willow restaurant closed only last year and is now a Clintons cards.
Ah, the good old days. Never late or under prepared for anything with your uber-organised and unflappable PA, a.k.a ‘Mum’, at the helm of your academic, personal and sporting schedule.
Which ‘type’ of Grad are you? Although technology, hair styling, home decor and shoulder pads have all come a long way since 1985’s St Elmo’s Fire, it still holds water 30 years on. If you have yet to see it, I’m not sure you can truly call yourself “educated” yet.