I want to go travelling for 6 months after university, but my boyfriend wants to settle down. Should I go travelling on my own or settle down? Being able to travel for half a year […]
Prospective LeadLUU candidates have written and submitted an open letter to the Leeds University Union, decrying a ‘discriminatory’ policy and asking for a resolution. The letter, signed by over 30 students, was prompted by a […]
Open relationships, or polyamory, on the other hand, still remain taboo – it’s ‘extramarital’, and involves something other than monogamy as cheating does, yet with express permission from all parties involved – but it’s still considered strange and not how you’re supposed to do things.
The Environmental Audit Committee, in a recent ordered by the House of Commons, proposed creating an army of volunteers trained in biosecurity to help counter invasive species, which are costing the country nearly £2 billion […]
After NASA’s cancellation of their first ever all-female spacewalk on March the 29th due to a problem with the size of the spacesuits, they have recently unveiled a prototype of The Exploration Extravehicular Mobility Unit […]
This week Penelope Helbest discusses the African Caribbean Society’s rebranding and their early success with President Kingsley Duru. The Leeds African-Caribbean Society, for those who’ve been keeping an eye out, has undergone a major – […]
Penelope examines the humanitarian, political and military consequences of Western countries’ continued intervention in the Middle East. After the US’s abandonment of the Iran nuclear deal in 2018, and the punishment of Iran for ‘violating’ […]