Thank you to Sophie Lake for letting us know about this excellent opportunity for Literature and Creative Writing Students!
By Charlotte Stevenson
On Thursday 28th March 2019 at 17:00, FT/002, York St. John Feminist Society will be hosting a free screening of Oscar nominated motion picture, Hidden Figures. The movie tells the story of mathematicians Katherine Johnson, Dorothy Vaughan and Mary Jackson who produced defining work which made possible numerous NASA successes during the U.S. Space Race and beyond.
Continue reading “Hidden Figures Screening: March 28th”
Thank you to colleagues in the School of Edcuation for letting is know out this exciting opportunity to get into secondary school teaching!
Are you in your final semester of final year? Then the National Student Survey wants to hear from you! Fill in the ten-minute survey here!
The minds behind Aesthetica Short Film Festival have create a freely accessible archive of films to be used by students!
Are you looking for student opportunities to sign up for this semester? Vikki Uden of the music department is putting together a collaboration based on the suffragettes which is in need of your poetry submissions. Read on to find out more!
Dear Blog Writers and Want-to-be Blog Writers,
Don’t forget our Christmas Social next Monday, 10th December, in Cordukes CD002.
If possible, could you let me, Adam or the school office know if you are coming – just so that we can guestimate the festive refreshments! Also, please feel free to bring along any interested friends who might want to get involved.
We’re really looking forwards to seeing you there!
Seasons Greetings to you all.
This is the second of this year’s dispatches from our outgoing Study Abroad students. We hope it inspires you to go on your own Study Abroad adventures. Scroll down for further information on how to apply.
Living and studying in Amsterdam has been one of the most formative experiences of my life. I love the place. It’s unlike anywhere else, you can be whoever you want to be here and there’s always something going on. Compared to cities like London or New York, Amsterdam feels more provincial—less intimidating. Nowhere is more than 30 minutes way by bike, everyone is friendly and there are several inner-city parks and forests. But at the same time, it also feels like one of the cultural capitals of the World, housing the largest collection of Van Gogh’s artwork, a thriving counter-culture and countless museums. Continue reading “Study Abroad: Amsterdam! by Oscar Williams”
Thanks to YSJ Jobs and Careers for letting us know about this exciting opportunity for students interested in pursuing a career in teaching!
Study abroad opportunities
YSJ has links to universities across Europe, North America and beyond where you can spend time as part of an English Literature Single Honours or Joint Honours Degree. There are fee discounts and grants available. If you’d like to find out more about the amazing opportunities on offer, and hear from students who have just returned from studying abroad, please come along to an info session in TU101 on 15 November at 11.30am with tutors and members of the study abroad team. Please click here to reserve a place for free coffee and Danish pastries.
If you’re unable to make the session, you can also email the Study Abroad tutor, Adam Stock (email@example.com), or the Study Abroad team (firstname.lastname@example.org) for further information. Hope to see you there!
Click here to read Rose Kirby’s experience in Sweden this semester
Cymbeline is a wild tale of heroic princesses, jealous men, stolen infants, and scheming Queens. This is one of Shakespeare’s greatest but most under-performed plays, featuring riveting scenes filled with exquisite verse.
Thank you to Gemma Linfoot-King for getting in ouch to let us know about these important forthcoming student opportunities, offered as part of the All About Respect initiative.