As voting for LeadLUU kicks off, we speak to the Gryphon Editor candidates. For manifestos and more information, click here. Who are you? Hello readers! I’m a second year Politics, Philosophy and Economics student and […]
On 18 February, Keir Starmer set out his new policies and post-Covid plan for the next three and a half years in the run up to the next general election. This was dubbed his most […]
Calum Pinches speaks to students about their experience of the police entering their university accommodation. LUU respond.
Jack Denison reviews ‘News of the World’, a film following the story-telling, heroic , wanderer played by Tom Hanks.
Alex Gibbon chats to some of the creatives from LUU BandSoc about the struggles of being a musician in these hugely uncertain times.
Ewan Craven explores the ingrained racial bias evident in football punditry.
Eleanor Richardson covers the #CutTheRent story, as university students across the UK go on strikes to protest against rising rent costs during the pandemic.
As we enter our third national lockdown, households up and down the country are reminded of March: working from home, being stuck in the house, and on-line school. For many parents this means a balancing […]
Despite having only been in office for a few days, Biden has already taken great pains to differentiate his administration from his predecessor’s. The new President signed 17 executive orders throughout his first day in […]
Winter can also be a difficult time if, like me, you suffer from dry skin. But fear not! In this article I will be sharing some tried and tested skincare favourites and organising them into a well-rounded skincare routine, giving your skin a little treat this January at a student-friendly price!
Sarah Garraway reflects on students’ feelings about the government’s negligence.
Jack Denison reviews Netflix and David Fincher’s collaboration: Mank.