Tag : Bella Davis

Too Many Books Spoil the Plot

5 months ago / 0 comments

It’s very common for a reading slump to hit hard for many students who have been powering through copious amounts of reading related to their degree. Lifestyle and Culture Editor, Bella Davis, takes a look at the challenges she has faced whilst learning to read for pleasure again after finishing … Read More

The Key to Productivity Over Easter

7 months ago / 0 comments

Exams are looming and deadlines are coming thick and fast. But before they are officially upon us, we have the much needed Easter holidays. However, staying productive over this period and attempting to avoid the endless distractions that home offers can be really tricky. Easter break always seems to fly … Read More

Treat Your Shelf – A Boy Made of Blocks

7 months ago / 0 comments

This month, add an uplifting novel to your bookshelf with Keith Stuart’s A Boy Made of Blocks. This debut novel is sure to tug at your heartstrings, making you laugh, cry and everything in between. Drawing inspiration from Stuart’s own son, who was diagnosed as on the autism spectrum in … Read More

#Empower: A movement sure to be carried on

7 months ago / 0 comments

LUU Women in Leadership Society have cemented their status as one of the most active groups around campus, with a host of recent sell-out events aimed at empowering women as they leave university and navigate through the job market. Bella Davis went to their much-publicised Empower Conference to discover new … Read More

Bundobust: Better Than Ever

8 months ago / 0 comments

Mill Street in Leeds City Centre is home to an unassuming restaurant that is sure to blow your mind, boasting intense flavours, reasonable pricing, craft beer and sustainable dishes. For veggies, vegans and meat eaters alike, Bundobust offers some of the best indian street food Leeds has to offer. The … Read More

Is Coco’s representativeness Pixar’s peak?

8 months ago / 0 comments

For decades the dynamic medium of animation has been extremely popular in children’s film and Disney Pixar has long been churning out some of the best films the industry has to offer. It seems miraculous that Pixar can come up with so many concepts when limited by a strict Disney … Read More

Seven Nights of Non-Stop Fun

8 months ago / 0 comments

As 2018 kicks off and exams are over, it’s time to start having some fun again. If you haven’t quite mastered the art of Leeds nightlife yet, or if its just time for a January revamp of your clubbing routine, we’ve got you covered.  How do you avoid awful nights … Read More

Keeping a Diary: A Real Form of Art

8 months ago / 0 comments

This year, turn over a new leaf, take up a new hobby and start writing a diary. Lifestyle and Culture Editor, Bella Davis, offers some pointers on getting started.  The beginning of the year is often characterised by the setting of goals and resolutions, and the consequential fallout from the … Read More

Hardly The Greatest Showman

8 months ago / 0 comments

Hugh Jackman fails to save this shallow film. Wouldn’t it be great if the world was always a happy place where everybody spontaneously broke into song and dance whilst wearing fun and elaborate costumes? Sadly, this is not the case and instead one must immerse themselves in the closest thing … Read More

Treat Your Shelf: Divine Names – Luay Abdul-ilah

10 months ago / 0 comments

This week you should treat your shelf with a novel published by Leeds’ very own Mira Publishing House. If you are looking for a book to read over the holidays that has a little more substance than the average holiday read then why not give Divine Names a try. Written … Read More