At a time as bleak as this, it’s only natural to look for a ray of hope. For many of us, that appeared when photos surfaced on Twitter of dolphins and swans returning to canals […]
As you probably couldn’t help but be aware, last week was polling week for the LeadLUU elections. Each year the Union is plastered in posters, you are bombarded with Facebook invitations and emerge from campus […]
This month a Guardian investigation uncovered that the Alzheimer’s Society has spent as much as £750,000 on securing staff to sign non-disclosure agreements. According to a whistle-blower, these NDAs were an attempt to silence staff […]
A new exhibition taking place at the Musée d’Orsay in Paris is challenging conceptions of fine art, due to the mainstream art scene often excluding people of colour. The exhibition is called “Le modèle noir: de […]
Section 28 of Margaret Thatcher’s Local Government Act in 1988 which stated that a local authority “shall not intentionally promote homosexuality or publish material with the intention of promoting homosexuality” or “promote the teaching in any maintained school of the acceptability of homosexuality as a pretended family relationship”. The now-repealed act was passed over 30 years ago, and LGBTQ+ rights have advanced miles since then, but this year has raised questions of how much has really changed.
PrEP or pre-exposure prophylaxis is often taken in the form of a daily pill in order to prevent the contraction of HIV. It was first approved for use in 2012 and since then has been […]
They say that behind every man there is a great woman. A lot of the time, however, it seems that these women attract even more attention than their husbands. Earlier this month, a fifth book […]
If you have been following any events in America over the last couple of years you have probably heard the phrase ‘watershed moment’ more than once or twice. It was a watershed moment when the […]