Reminiscing with three alumni of the Class of ’66 as we approach 50 years since they graduated from York
“Looking back on my time at York, there wasn’t a term that went by without the opportunity to give back to the community, or grow […]
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Published works by York alumni this year range from cookbooks to contemporary novels and from teachers’ guides to textbooks. See our selection here.
In the canteen of Derwent College – possibly the greyest of the University of York’s original complexes – I meet world-leading chemist Andy Bell. The place hasn’t changed all that much since Bell first arrived here as a Chemistry student back in ‘79.
You may have heard of or been lucky enough to sample one of the famous scones from Derwent College but in case you haven’t, in celebration of Derwent’s 50th Anniversary, we are revealing the ingredients of this old classic. Alumna Pippa Martin (English and Related Literature, Derwent, 1982) tells us more about it…
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