Tag : jessica murray

The Botanist – Perfect for that post-graduation meal

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If you’re searching for that perfect graduation meal, then look no further than The Botanist… Deciding where to go for your post-graduation meal is a challenging task. Even if your parents insist it’s your choice, when mum hates Thai food and Dad isn’t a big fan of Italian, finding somewhere … Read More

Review: Cantina, Leeds’ first all-vegan restaurant

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The city’s first all-vegan cafe has just opened at The Old Red Bus Station, so we went down to give it a try… I should probably start this review with the admission that I’m not vegan in the slightest. I’m a meat-eater through and through. So this probably doesn’t make … Read More

#MyVoteCounts – Why you need to go out and vote tomorrow

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Still not sure who to vote for? Still not sure why you should bother? We spoke to four students voting in tomorrow’s election to find out why they’re voting and why they feel like their vote will make a difference. Luke Etheridge – Fourth year automotive engineering student Another year, … Read More

Chaos as 300 finalists unable to sit 20 credit paper after printing mishap

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300 final year Business students were unable to sit an exam accounting for 100% of a 20 credit module this morning, after a printing mishap meant it could not go ahead. Six pages of case studies were supposed to be included with the Strategic Management exam paper, but these had … Read More

Five Societies Shortlisted for National Society Awards

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Five societies at LUU have been shortlisted for awards at the National Society Awards 2017, with the winners due to be announced at a ceremony in Nottingham next week. The Women’s Hockey society have been shortlisted for the biggest award of the night, Best Society, while the Women in Leadership … Read More

How to become a Travel Writer with Megan Eaves from Lonely Planet

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Getting paid to travel the world and write about your experiences is a job many of us can only dream of. Yet for Megan Eaves, North Asia Destination Editor for Lonely Planet, being a travel writer is her nine to five… Before her talk at the The Business Confucius Institute’s … Read More

MK ULTRA

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A dance show about conspiracy theories and the Illuminati? Jessica Murray caught up with dancer Joao Maio to find out more… Is the Illuminati real? Was Britney brainwashed? How do we know who and what to trust? While it’s easy to laugh off such claims, research shows that in a … Read More

Fire at The Edge

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The Edge sports centre had to be evacuated last Friday, after a small fire broke out in one of the offices. At around 9.50am the alarm was sounded, following which all gym goers evacuated on to the street. A University of Leeds spokesperson said: “On Friday 21 April there was … Read More

PC Matt Guy to step down after 5 years

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After dedicating himself to the role of campus police officer  for the past five years, PC Matt Guy has announced that he’ll be stepping down from the position. During his tenure, PC Matt Guy prioritised minimising burglaries and delivering a quick response to students and staff via Twitter. PC Guy … Read More

LUU Accessibility Spotlight: Disabled students fight back over “unacceptable” disruption

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“How can we fight for equality and inclusion in a place where we can’t even enter the front door?” One student suffered an asthma attack as a result of paint fumes and a wheelchair user was trapped in a lift for over half an hour, as building work continues to … Read More