If I mention bullet journals, or “bujo” as they’re sometimes abbreviated to, I bet pretty images of colour-coordinated and meticulously organised cutesy notebooks covered in artsy doodles that you’ve seen on Instagram come to mind. […]
Last Thursday, it emerged that users of the popular site OnlyFans, had hundreds of their creator photos and videos leaked and shared on databases across the internet. OnlyFans is a subscription service, where ‘fans’ pay […]
Appreciating your mum and everything she does for you might slack a little when you are at university. If those weekly phone calls home aren’t making the cut for best child of the year, here […]
On account of the Manhattan jury verdict on the 17th of February, Harvey Weinstein is now a convicted rapist. The Hollywood baron has been charged with criminal sexual acts in the first degree and third-degree […]
They’re selling them everywhere – from Indie cafes and cool independent shops to big retailers like Next and M&S. So yes, they’re popular, but should we all be conforming to the house plant craze? With […]
Many of the benefits from our new-found reliance on card and contactless payments have been welcomed with open arms – it seems the pink plastic of a Monzo card can grant a wealth of ease […]
Sachi Thakkar, LUU‘s Health and Wellbeing Ambassador, discusses the effect gender has on financial freedom.
Statistics show that 83% of chefs in the UK are male, according to data from the Office of National Statistics employment in 2018. Time then to cover three incredible chefs, who have managed to force their way into the small demographic of female chefs to show that women can be successful in a culinary world.
I am not talking about mass hysteria, the kind of panic that translates into irrational behaviour and stops us from being kind to each other. I am talking about a more ‘rational’ type of concern, […]
If you’re the sort of person who’s secretly mourning the absence of Love Island, then you’ve probably turned to Netflix’s Love Is Blind to numb the pain. And who can blame you? It’s both amazingly […]
I want to go travelling for 6 months after university, but my boyfriend wants to settle down. Should I go travelling on my own or settle down? Being able to travel for half a year […]
With March being home of both International Women’s Day and planned strikes endorsed by the UCU, we look again to the issues of the gender pay gap and how this affects higher education. Whilst many […]