“I use my autism to make my corner of the world a bit nicer.” Alex Gibbon caught up with lovely local legend Dman to discuss accessibility in nightlife for Disability History Month.
The number of state school pupils gaining undergraduate places at Oxford University has risen to a record-breaking figure of 70% for the next academic year. While this would appear commendable by many, key figures from […]
Speaking with LUU’s Activities Officer, Lauren Huxley, Susy Goldstone discusses the Union’s programme for making inclusive societies a reality. Inclusivity. Accessibility. We all like to think that we implement these words within our societies, but do LUU societies actually […]
Further developments in the union upgrade project have been completed, with the opening of a new ramp and lift aimed at improving accessibility in the building. Although significantly behind schedule, a new lift has […]
Alphonse is running for Equality and Diversity Officer, here are his views on how we can encourage and reward societies who focus on improving their accessibility. “Don’t worry, you don’t have to participate”. I hadn’t asked […]
Fashion used to the be the realm of the rich and famous, but with the rise of social media and high street collaborations, there has been revolution in the fashion world – but is this […]