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 […]
In March last year, the government’s decision to cancel GCSE and A-level exams cast a looming uncertainty over UK students – how would grades be awarded? Would qualifications be awarded at all? Whilst 2020 students […]
Boris Johnson has announced a ‘roadmap out of lockdown’, which includes proposed dates for the reopening of society in England. This comes after the current success of the vaccination programme, with 19.6 million people receiving […]
Ever since the industrial revolution, the Earth’s temperature has been continually increasing, having risen by over 1°C globally between the 1850s and today. As the world continues to economically develop, climate change is becoming more […]
In the latest chapter of Shamima Begum’s long running fight with the British government, the Supreme Court has refused Ms Begum entry to the UK to fight for her citizenship. It comes 6 years after […]
This year, the Leeds University Union (LUU) elections, for which campaigning began on Monday, will take place during a national lockdown in which much of the university is closed and the students’ union itself has […]
Shamima Begum, born in the UK, left to join the Islamic State group in Syria back in 2015. She was groomed and a victim to child marriage aged just 15. A traumatising four years followed […]
Calum Pinches speaks to students about their experience of the police entering their university accommodation. LUU respond.
This month, international students studying at Russell Group universities joined forces and asked for a 30% reimbursement for tuition fees that would compensate for the challenges they have faced due to the COVID-19 pandemic. They […]
Last month, several human rights groups and LGBTQ+ organisations sent a letter to Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga of Japan, calling for the introduction of new legislation that prohibits discrimination on the grounds of gender identity […]
Josh Elgin reports on LeedsFess’ charity matchmaking quiz.