Tag : University of Leeds

Top Ten Moving Week Moments

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1. Packing up your room at the end of a university year is the best way to awaken the eco-warrior in even the most reluctant of us as we pile up leaflet after leaflet after leaflet to be recycled. Flyering is ruining our planet, people! How can I possibly make … Read More

M62 crash victim confirmed as first year nursing student

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A woman who was killed in a road collision on Friday has been confirmed as 18-year-old Bethany Jones, a first year nursing student at the University. The crash happened at approximately 11.30am, when a lorry collided with a minibus on the the M62 near Pontefract. A total of 21 passengers … Read More

Student puts herself amongst running greats

6 years ago / 0 comments

4.3.13 University of Leeds student Susan Partridge has come second in the Bath Half Marathon in a time of 1:10:32. The rather impressive personal best is the fastest time run by a UK woman this year for a half marathon. This also puts Partridge as ninth fastest on the all … Read More

Desmos: Engineered for Success

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22.02.13 The Mechanical Engineering Charity 5-a-side Football Tournament took place last Saturday at Weetwood with great success. The tournament was one of the largest of its kind to take place at the University of Leeds and featured 24 teams and over 150 players. The event was organised in aid of … Read More

Living with cancer and the Teenage Cancer Trust

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“The experience has changed my attitude. I’m more confident in joining in with things that are new and daunting” Charlotte Prince explores the work of the Teenage Cancer Trust, and talks to students balancing university life with cancer treatment. University is meant to be the highlight of your life. For … Read More

From Poverty to Power: Oxfam’s Senior Strategic Advisor speaks to Leeds Student

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Duncan Green will be visiting the University of Leeds students on Thursday, 31 January from 5-7pm in the Rupert Beckett Lecture Theatre. He will talk about about the changing landscape of global development. Oxfam’s chief Strategic Advisor spoke to Beckie Smith about poverty, power and public opinion. As Oxfam’s Senior Strategic … Read More

Soc of the Week 25.01.12: Sign Language

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President: Christina Economides Membership: £9/year; £6 for returning members Contact: info@luusls.co.uk; www.facebook.com/groups/luusls Regular meetings: Wednesday 7-8pm, Maurice Keyworth Seminar Room G.31, Business School If you’ve ever wanted to learn to sign, Leeds University Union Sign Language Society welcomes students of all abilities. The society has been enabling members to learn … Read More

The Syrian crisis… on our doorstep

6 years ago / 0 comments

Syrian students in the UK are facing hardship after their funding has been cut, leaving some with fears of expulsion or the possibility of returning to dangerous conditions in their home country. Charlotte Prince spoke to one student who is unable to return home, and explored the support provided for … Read More

VC resigns to take top UCL job

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11.12.12 Michael Arthur is to step down as the Vice-Chancellor of Leeds University. As of September 2013, Professor Arthur is to leave Leeds and begin work as the new President and Provost of University College of London. Since taking on the role of Vice-Chancellor in 2004, Professor Arthur has attempted … Read More

Anger over High Demand mischief

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  1.11.12 The Edward Boyle library is coming under fire as students struggle to get hold of the books they need. High demand reference books on Level 13 of the library continue to be deliberately replaced by students in the wrong sections. This means that other students are unable to … Read More