As robotic and autonomous systems develop and become part of everyday life, York’s Festival of Ideas is exploring what we should and shouldn’t be worried about, and what AI might mean for our future health, employment and everyday life.
The much-anticipated street food and start-up hub opens its doors in York
Welcome to your yu magazine summer special, connecting you with your York alumni community in over 180 countries across the globe.
The Drama Barn is back for summer term and heading to the Edinburgh Fringe with two original plays.
Since 1968, the UK’s oldest independent radio station has been making waves all over campus, the city of York and beyond – and its 50th anniversary celebrations look set to do that all over again.
This summer a dramatic playhouse setting will be offered to visitors in the centre of York.
What’s the YSTV legacy? And what does the future hold for one of the University’s most enduring societies?
Grab your friends and head back to York to join us – we’ve got festivals, race days and reunions to keep you entertained!
The characters, which are voiced by Masters and PhD students at the University’s Centre for Medieval Studies and Department of English and Related Literature, form part of the revamped JORVIK Viking Centre.
In 1967 York’s then Vice- Chancellor, Lord James, was still hugely weary of increased student participation.
Today’s demand for the immediate often translates into fashionable, quick fix solutions, rather than ones of longevity and substance.
Since his retirement, Warren has dedicated much of his time to researching the history. This work has culminated in his book, ‘Eric James and the Founding of the University of York’, published by the University’s Borthwick Institute for Archives.