Kate Hall looks into the science behind why some men are able to grow facial hair, and why some aren’t.
England and Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford’s campaign to extend the free school meals programme over the holidays has been bolstered in the last few weeks as local authorities, small businesses and residents came together […]
The first step in stamping out domestic abuse, intolerance and hatred is speaking out. A verbal conversation, a written email, a virtual message chat; all can lift some weight off shoulders about a situation, even […]
Custodian activities raise £2.6 million in funds in 2019
This month a Guardian investigation uncovered that the Alzheimer’s Society has spent as much as £750,000 on securing staff to sign non-disclosure agreements. According to a whistle-blower, these NDAs were an attempt to silence staff […]
Jess Farmer discusses how you can help Sikh Society in their Period Poverty Drive
A new mental health guide, available to download for free, has been launched by the Charlie Waller Memorial Trust. The charity was set up in 1997 in memory of Charlie Waller, a young man who […]
Recent research released by the Social Market Foundation (SMF) found that there are extreme disparities in the pay of graduates from London universities. Researchers found that a typical 25-year-old London graduate, with a socio-economically deprived […]
A new UNICEF society has developed in LUU and you can get involved!
Jess Farmer discusses work of new LUUBEAT society and their future plans
Tilly Judges discusses why you should go vegetarian or vegan for the cancer research ‘veg pledge’
Alan Sugar tweeted a hypocritical plea to his 5.3 million followers, asking them donate money to help the Homeless Street Angels after their van broke down on Leeds Light Night. The only van owned by […]