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A Leeds Student investigation has shown that gambling is a serious problem amongst students in Leeds. Our reporter visited several Leeds casinos, and spoke to a number of students. One second year History student, who had just lost hundreds of pounds and wished to remain anonymous, said: “Gambling is ruining … Read More
Despite the Union lobbying the University to pay its staff the living wage, it is failing to do so for its own employees. Last year a Better Union idea was passed which stated that the LUU should try to make the University pay “all its staff, teachers, admin, cleaners, catering … Read More
This week’s students caught on campus by LS Fashion Photographers sure did show that you can look hot even when temperatures are below freezing.
16.11.12 Businesses in student areas are losing over £30m a year in revenue. This comes after a slump in student numbers, a report has warned. There are 2,500 fewer students in the city as a whole, amounting to at least a £31.5m economic loss this coming year alone, according to … Read More
Most of us reckon our mates do more drugs than they actually do. 90 per cent of us think that other students have tried illegal drugs at university but almost half have never tried any form of narcotic. The results come as part of a ‘Student Beans’ survey. Editor Oliver … Read More
There are two obvious problems with the ‘Pimps n Hoes’ carnage theme. Firstly, the dichotomy of ‘Pimps n Hoes’ is an obviously gendered power imbalance – it represents the idea that men are directly in control of a woman’s sexuality.
The notorious student event Carnage UK is facing fresh criticism over its most recent fancy dress theme ‘Pimps and Hoes’. The night, which took place in Leeds on Sunday, 7 October, has caused several MPs and student union officers from around the country to speak out in protest against the … Read More
A couple on a night out at Mint nightclub foiled a pickpocket, after allegedly confronting him as he stole mobile phones. West Yorkshire Police are appealing for the savvy students to come forward. The pair is believed to have helped stop the theft, with the police hailing them “student Samaritans”. … Read More