Organisers Catheryne Fairbairn and Victoria Johnson spoke to the Gryphon about their experiences at university this year, what distanced learning looks like for marginalised students and why they felt compelled to create an open letter.
Jack Varley reflects on the dubious disappearance of the European diplomat.
Last month air pollution was deemed to be a material cause of the death of a nine year old girl. Will Nixon investigates air pollution and efforts to combat it.
On the 12th day of Christmas, my true love will discard 6 million trees, 2 million turkeys, 11 million roasties, 17 million sprouts, 114 thousand tonnes of plastic, 74 million mince pies and around a billion Christmas cards.
With ‘Gingerism’ still remaining ubiquitous in modern British society, Jess Tait ponders upon the fine line between prejudice and oppression.
There is much unrest within the farming community in India. Recently, three new Agriculture Bills have come in to force, sparking widespread protest. Manasa Narayanan spoke to people involved, tracing the root source of their anger to the centralised government at the heart of India’s power structure.
Alice Spall investigates whether Biden will be able to curate the most progressive presidency in history.
Ioana Grădinaru looks at the validity of claims that feminism is hurting men, and whether these arguments should instead be directed at the gender imbalance it seeks to redress.
Isabel Ralphs spoke to BBC presenter Naga Munchetty, discussing her career, criticism and the pace of change in the industry.
Musicians have endured a tumultuous and difficult time during the pandemic, with little support. Leeds based quintet ‘himehabu’ spoke to Isabel Ralphs to discuss their experiences.
Eve Clark looks at who has been selected to receive the funding from the Bezos Earth Fund, and what the venture represents.
“Not one of my staff avoided being tear-gassed and pepper-sprayed, you know, myself included”. Tom Grundy left the University of Leeds to co-found Hong Kong Free Press; a paper that has become even more significant since the National Security Law. Clarissa Leung interviewed him about upholding free press in a dangerous climate.