Welcome to your yu magazine summer special, connecting you with your York alumni community in over 180 countries across the globe.
It always rather surprised me that an ancient city such as York did not have a university until 1963. In fact, York was just one of a clutch of universities that sprang up in the 1960s to meet the growing demand for higher education from the baby boomers.
Let’s face it: the word ‘mistake’ goes hand in hand with your 20s. And to be honest, I’d be worried for you if it didn’t. Your 20s are, after all, the time for experimentation, for risk.
From brunch at the Perky Peacock, to pulled pork at the Shambles, to pancakes at the Brew and Brownie York Alumna Emma Cooke, gives her rundown of our city’s most mouthwatering grub.
What better time to look back at some of York alumni’s wide array of love stories than on Valentine’s Day?
Continuing our series of articles on love stories at York. The next generation of tales comes from the classes of 1970-80.
Continuing our articles on love stories at York. The next generation of tales comes from the classes of 1980–90.
In the build-up to the new millennium, the University of York was gaining popularity and prestige – and with a huge influx of new students, comes more elaborate and diverse romance stories!