Isabel Ralphs speaks to Sheaf Street director, James Abbott Donnelly, about how COVID-19 has impacted the events scene in Leeds, and what it means for the future of clubbing.
The Covid-19 Pandemic acted as a catalyst for many mental health issues. New Writer, Mhairi Mcdonald reports on the rise of eating disorders and what we can do to battle the stigma.
Writer Jack Varley discusses and debunks the myths surrounding America’s infamous Route 666.
With exam results upon us and university just around the corner, discussions surrounding grade inflation surge across British educational discourse. Josh Bate reports on the recent debates surrounding teacher assessed grades and the implications it may cause.
With students moving to university, William Nixon highlights the importance of sleep and the impact it has on education.
Writer Séamus O’Hanlon speaks to a woman diagnosed with bipolar disorder to discover the reality of living with psychosis while also making some deeply personal revelations about himself.
Manasa Narayanan chatted to Jack Colmer about his hand-crafted Bin Bag dispenser, now a permanent feature of the Leeds landscape. After students were lambasted for leaving litter on Woodhouse Moor in both local and National news, Manasa investigates the situation from a student perspective.
Estranged students face many additional challenges, particularly in securing accomodation. Rebecca Healy explores the experience of estranged students, particularly throughout the pandemic.
Emilie Bolt, a Research Intern at the University of Leeds, discusses the importance of the University’s efforts working towards social equality. There has been a university-wide effort, under the Vice Chancellor, to tackle racial inequality […]
Personal, sexual, health and economic (PSHE) education has been under-valued and under-resourced in schools across the country. Isabel Ralphs explores the worrying repercussions of this void in personal knowledge.
Josh Bate explores post EU Britain. With new control over foreign policy, what are the aims of the government, and what sentiment underpins this?
Why did Dominic Cummings offer scathing criticism of the government towards the end of May? Was he merely reitterating what we already know or are his claims offering a more damning insight in to the government’s handling of the pandemic? Will Nixon reports.