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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.
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 […]
Two years after the University of York opened its doors, John Dearing arrived. John was an English and Related Literature undergraduate in 1965. This is […]
It made me acutely aware that people don’t just see the world differently – they have more fundamentally different frameworks for how they perceive it.
With due respect to Philip Larkin, what really began in 1963 was the University of York – and English, with just fifty students and six full-time members of staff, was one of its first four departments.
After a week of tests, and marking of said tests, walking out the school reception with a gym bag full of more marking, my first half term is over. It’s done.
My trip involved travelling to four states over two months to visit arts based, mostly Shakespeare-focussed, juvenile and adult criminal rehabilitation programmes.
Author of the Alex Rider and The Power of Five series, screenwriter and University of York alumnus, Anthony Horowitz requires no introduction.
Alfie Packham speaks to director Sarah Gavron about “Suffragette”, her route into a male-centric film industry, and the time she stormed Parliament with horses.
Though I knew I was joining Teach First in October 2014, it didn’t make my final day in York any easier. It definitely wasn’t easy saying goodbye to friends I’d made, while knowing also that The Willow would soon be closing down too.