University of Leeds Accused of Investing in Companies with Alleged Links to Human Rights Abuses

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The University reportedly invested over £2,000,000 in companies that are accused of being linked to the implementation of human rights abuses against Palestinians. An Open Letter from LUU Palestine Solidarity Group (PSG) to the Vice Chancellor of the University of Leeds has criticised the University, accusing it of investing a … Read More

Guiseley beat Stourbridge in the cup

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Image Credit [Cian Fox] The true essence of cup football. Stourbridge vs. Guiseley AFC started in a cagey manner: the ball did not touch the ground for nearing on 20 seconds after the kick off. And the game continued in that fashion for a while, with neither side able to … Read More

Excitement Grips Elland Road Ahead of Marcelo Bielsa’s First Season at Leeds

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The former Argentina and Chile coach has an impressive reputation and the potential to transform the Championship side’s fortunes – but can he bring them back to the Premier League? In June, Leeds United secured the services of one of football’s most fascinating managers, Marcelo Bielsa. A revered figure in … Read More

Why You Should Go To The Polls Even If You Don’t Actually Vote

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While a lot of your peers will inundate you with who they are voting for and who you should vote for too, there are still many of us out there registered to vote but with no idea of who we will vote for, perhaps even if we will vote at … Read More

The Real Junk Food Project faces Prosecution over out of date food

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The founder of Leeds-based food charity The Real Junk Food Project is facing prosecution, after trading officials found the organisation to be selling food past it’s sell by date. On 11th April, officials found that 444 items which the charity had deemed fit for sale were a cumulative total of … Read More

Lost At Sea: my adventures down under

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A combination of reasons led to my wanting to take a year out from university. The prospect of graduating was looming like a great dust cloud, billowing on the horizon ready to engulf me when least expecting to then spit me up on an employer’s doorstep, inexperienced and clueless. I’d … Read More

Cosmic Slop & MAP: How one club night is helping the Leeds community

2 years ago / 0 comments

At the Leeds Creatives event last week, we chatted to Tom Smith, founder of popular club night Cosmic Slop, which helps raise funds for Music and Arts Production (MAP), a charity that provides underprivileged young people with free vocational arts courses. Tom Smith arguably knows more than anyone about the … Read More

Tampons don’t Grow on Christmas Trees

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LUU are running a campaign to collection donations of sanitary products for those who can’t afford them this Christmas time. The ‘san-i-tree’, featuring vulva inspired Christmas baubles, is based outside Essentials  and tomorrow there will also be a stall for those who wish to donate sanitary products to St Aidan’s … Read More

Anyone’s Game – 2016/17 Premier League Preview

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So here we go. After the Year of the Fox, the most unpredictable season in the history of the Premier League, we’re now on the edge of what will surely be the most competitive. After Leicester’s shock victory in May, the next ten months really are anyone’s game, with some … Read More

The Well Fed Student: Healthy pancakes

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This is the easiest and tastiest recipe for filling, fluffy, American-style pancakes, without any guilt. It’s a filling, healthy breakfast that feels like a real treat. I usually use a gluten-free flour like buckwheat flour or brown rice flour, but you can use whatever you have. You can also use … Read More