Category : Society

Making No Bones About Leeds Marrow

4 days ago / 0 comments

Meet the society who are helping to save lives across the UK. From organising donation drives to training up new ambassadors, Leeds Marrow are making it easier than ever to get students aware of blood cancer treatment. Nolan Trust, helping people sign up to their stem cell donor register. It’s … Read More

LUU Entrepreneurs: Social Saturday

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From facilitating business launches to providing discounted printing for its members, LUU Entrepreneurs Society are illustrating how best to utilise the vast array of resources available to students at Leeds. It’s upcoming project, Social Saturday, promises to be an eye opening journey into the world of social enterprises and demonstrating … Read More

Good Grief: The Society Talking About Student Bereavement

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Society has been taken over this week by the Bereaved and Young Student Network (BAYSN). This LUU society are doing their best to support students who have ex-perienced death, by surrounding them with students who understand to help them navigate their way through the strange landscape of loss. Sitting on … Read More

Books and Bevs: The Importance of Your Academic Society

3 weeks ago / 0 comments

This week our Society Editor, Rose Crees, caught up with the LUU English Society to suss out why getting involved with your School’s society is so important. Connie Lawful, the society’s President, and Don Pickworth, one of the Social Secretaries, explained how handy academic societies can be for those new … Read More

LUU Societies Coming Up Trumps

4 weeks ago / 0 comments

With over 300 societies, Leeds University Union caters to every need. Whether you want to find a new hobby, get involved in your subject, connect with your cultural or religious group, or even raise money, Freshers’ Week is the perfect time to find a society with a place for you. … Read More

LUU Mantality Society: Rethinking Male Mental Health

6 months ago / 0 comments

As one of the key founders of the newly formed LUU Mantality Society, our Editor-in-Chief, Reece Parker, discusses the concept behind positive male mentality and the benefits of refusing to suffer in silence. Male mental health is in crisis. It is one of the most pressing issues which our society … Read More

A new way to get wonky in Leeds

8 months ago / 0 comments

Revive: to restore to life or consciousness; to give new strength or energy to. Did you know that the UK throws away 7 million tonnes of food each year, much of which is perfectly fine to eat? Recently launched through Enactus, Re-Vive Leeds is a student-created social enterprise looking to … Read More

What’s The Most Amazing Thing You Can Do With Your Hands?

8 months ago / 0 comments

This week, Olivia Wilkinson reflects on an extremely successful evening with Leeds Sign Society. Raising funds for SignHealth, the society and their guests battled the weather to gather in the Michael Sadler Building and learn new, innovative ways of using their hands to save lives. On Wednesday 28th February, Leeds … Read More

Society Spotlight: Leeds Flat Earth Society

8 months ago / 0 comments

*(Disclaimer: The Leeds Flat Earth Society is not recognised by LUU as an official society, and is therefore not affiliated with LUU. Please do not attempt to join.)* In a postmodern society underscored by cutting-edge science and technology, you may be forgiven for feeling like we know everything there possibly … Read More

Brainwashed?! – Neural Networks Society

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Neural Networks society is a neuroscience-based society at the University of Leeds. We strive to create biweekly talks and socials, around the subject of neuroscience with a multidisciplinary perspective. “Brainwashed?!” is an interesting and innovative talk about a new psychological approach to extremism. The speaker, Natalie James, is a second-year … Read More