On behalf of student-led startup Studenteer, Anna-Karina Yuill explores the benefits of volunteering at this time
The Leeds division of the student-led charity, Solidaritee, are holding a week of action to raise awareness and support change in the refugee crisis.
How Hannah Jones managed to resurrect Red Cross Society on the University of Leeds campus and the positive changes they are working towards this year.
We caught up with society president Alfie Milnes-Dobbs to discuss adapting to coronavirus and Brexit, both as students and as a society.
Jack Anderson, the social secretary of LUU’s Boxing society, dismantles the misconceptions around boxing and shares the benefits of getting involved.
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 […]
Ruby Fatimilehin, Secretary of OnBeat Society, discusses the relaunch of the society and the importance of community.
Our Society editor Martha Sanders spoke to Leeds Marrow society president Matthew Mellor about the challenges they are facing due to social distancing.
Last year, the Gryphon reported on the founding of the Leeds Disabled Student Network. However, a year on, and due to COVID related setbacks, they are still yet to be fully recognised as a society. As a result, they are yet to receive any funding and small things such as setting up a Zoom call through which they can do society socials are impossible.
Last week, People and Planet society held a pumpkin carving event with a difference – all pumpkins were carved with slogans or images relating to its Divest Barclays campaign.
Our society editor Martha Sanders caught up with Elsa Bartlett, the Art society’s wellbeing officer, to find out how they have been using art to support students through the second wave of lockdown.
We spoke to Abigail from Black Feminist Society about their aims and ongoing projects.