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.
This year saw a magnanimous effort from University of Leeds sports societies as each took part in their own activities to raise money for men’s health and suicide prevention. Sport’s societies from the University of […]
Research from Gumtree shows that if shoppers bought second-hand items, they could save collectively over £4 billion (around £81 per person). Zero Waste Leeds stresses the importance of buying second-hand especially during the holidays with […]
Isabel Ralphs spoke to BBC presenter Naga Munchetty, discussing her career, criticism and the pace of change in the industry.
Fashion fanatics surely made the most of it, with one purchasing £600 worth of clothes for just £6.
The proportion of students graduating with firsts has increased significantly in England over the past eight years, with the Office for Students, the higher education regulator, often not being able to explain some of these […]
Liam Knights, an MSc student at the University of Leeds has recieved a tuition fee waiver after launching a successful GoFundMe to raise the funds he needed to graduate this year. The fundraiser circulated in […]
In light of the upcoming six-day “travel window” enabling university students to return home for Christmas, the Westminster government has advised all English university teaching to be moved online by December 9th. At present, on-campus […]
On Thursday (26 November), Matt Hancock announced which areas in England will be assigned to Tier 1, 2 and 3, respectively, under the so-called ‘COVID-19 Winter Plan’ set out by the Prime Minister earlier in […]
The Gryphon spoke to students in Leeds about the events of the last week. Following the recent reports of a machete wielding pre-teen gang in Hyde Park, West Yorkshire Police have confirmed that four arrests […]
Sources claim houses were filled with smoke coming from the electrics. On Thursday the 19th of November, a fire started in popular student area Hessle Place lasting a few hours. Hessle Place, situated between Headingly […]
Whilst the department of Health and Social Care insist: ‘Lateral Flow Tests are accurate and sensitive enough to be used in the community, including for asymptomatic people,’ other experts have raised serious concerns about the effectiveness of these tests.