Josh Bate examines the ‘gig economy’ business model and what it means for workers.
A year on from the first lockdown, Leeds University Union (LUU) have announced a new campaign to support live events professionals and performers who have been affected by the cancellation of events. The week-long campaign, […]
Jonathan Tam discusses Asian hate crime in the UK, from the wider issue to his own experience.
Esme McGowan chats to the Leeds-born and bred Rap Game winner about life since the show, working with his heroes and making his family proud.
After Sarah Everard was murdered, people across the country took to the streets and social media to grieve the wider issue of violence against women and marginalised genders. Zahra Iqbal and Maariyah Fulat report on Reclaim the […]
To mark International Women’s Day, Elsa Bartlett gave a talk with LUU Feminist Society on feminism and autism. Here she tells the Gryphon why this topic needs discussing and how important feminism is within the neurodivergent community.
After pressure applied by students and staff, the University of Leeds has withdrawn its draft changes to the Trans Equality Policy. Safi Bugel reports.
Students and staff express grave concern over the University’s redrat of the Trans Equality Policy. Safi Bugel reports.
The booking system used for library study spaces will be changed to make it fairer and more flexible and the number of study spaces on campus will be increased, the Interim University Librarian has announced. […]
Shockwaves were sent around the student population of Britain on Thursday 25th February when Reading and Leeds Festivals sold out in record time, just hours after organiser Melvin Benn had confirmed they would go ahead […]
Neive McCarthy reports on the ongoing concerns around study spaces at the University.
On 25 February President Joe Biden authorised an airstrike on sites in Syria used by Iranian-backed militia. According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, this airstrike resulted in the death of 22 members of […]