Nouse is one of the most highly-respected and nationally-acclaimed student newspapers in the country. Founded in 1964, we are the oldest society on campus and also the University's largest and oldest media outlet.
If you’re at all interested in training for the testing world of journalism during your time at University, there’s no better place than in a friendly and welcoming environment with other aspiring student journalists.
No experience is required - if you would like to get involved with Nouse and your interests lie in writing, photography, illustration, design or advertising, then please don't hesitate to get in touch, we would love to have you on the team!
Sections in the paper include News, Sports and Politics, as well as Muse, our lifestyle and culture supplement, which includes Fashion, Film, Music and Gaming to name a few.
Getting involved in Nouse represents an exceptionally valuable addition to any future journalist’s CV, recognised by industry experts nationwide.
Nouse alumni who graduated within the last couple of years are already working for national newspapers, including The Independent, Times, Telegraph, Guardian and the Financial Times. Many Nouse alumni have enrolled on the prestigious Journalism Masters course at City University, London, and journalism training at well recognised national establishments.
Email email@example.com if you're interested in getting involved
Search for Nouse Writers 2017/18 on Facebook to get all the latest updates about the society, events, and opportunities.
Meeting Days, Times and Venue
Production week is three times a term, for which we have pre-production meetings for each section the week before, usually in V Bar or D Bar. At these meetings, writers pitch ideas and we discuss content for the edition.
These are open to all, and all details will be on the Nouse Facebook groups, so do keep an eye out for that and come along!
Joining student groups will be available again from September 2018.