With an operating deficit of £11 million due to charges relating to USS pensions and likely significant losses in international student fee income, The Gryphon concludes the future looks worrying for the University of Leeds […]
When the lockdown restrictions began to lift earlier this week, people around the country were celebrating. But for me and my family, and thousands of others, life won’t be changing just yet. My mum has […]
“What do you have to lose? Take it.” Or, perhaps Donald, take it back. Your people have much to lose. And here’s why. Hydroxychloroquine is a proven anti-arthritic, anti-lupus and antimalarial drug. Recently, it has […]
Since lockdown was imposed on the whole of the UK on 23rd March 2020, the lives of many students have certainly been disrupted as they either moved back home or buckled down in Leeds and […]
In response to the increased demand for respiratory support, as well as the shortage of medical equipment, researchers from University of Leeds, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust (LTHT) and Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust […]
Our online editor Andrea Loftus (virtually) caught up with a few of the musicians and DJ’s meeting our live music needs through weekly livestreams. SANDY ROWLINGSON Sandy went to Leeds College of Music and has […]
The coronavirus pandemic has shaken up the status-quo of policy-making around the world. Certain countries, including the UK, are witnessing a monumental paradigm shift in which heavy state intervention has become the new norm. It […]
The University of Leeds has become the most recent university to introduce a grade ‘safety net’ for students, in light of the Coronavirus pandemic. Yesterday afternoon the Deputy Vice Chancellor for Student Education, Tom Ward, […]
Lockdown is the new normal, yet it may not have had to be. In January, the coronavirus whipped round the streets of Wuhan, tallying up deaths in quantities that have only recently been revealed. Scientists […]
Where are you right now? A house? A flat? A care home? A prison? Homeless? They say coronavirus doesn’t discriminate, but the distribution of property is the product of a rigid, highly discriminatory class system. […]
On December 31st, 2019, the World Health Organisation (WHO) acknowledged the first cases of the Corona Virus (Covid-19) within Wuhan, China. Since its initial outbreak, Covid-19 has now spread to over 113 countries, with Italy […]
Several weeks into lockdown and with most of the editorial team having moved back home for the time-being, there’s one group of individuals who have certainly enjoyed everyone being stuck at home with no choice but to take them on walks and cuddle them all day long.
Therefore we decided to do a little competition to brighten up your spirits between the team. So without further ado, please browse below and vote in our own very exclusive election for which dog you’d most like to self-isolate with.