September marks the return for students to University, combined with the arrival of many new faces who are experiencing higher education for the very first time. It provides opportunities to see old faces, meet new ones and settle down into the year with a sense of excitement and intrigue about what you might be studying
The charity Mencap has recently reported that people with learning disabilities are still being given “do not attempt to resuscitate” orders (DNARs) if they have been diagnosed with COVID-19. This comes after the Care Quality […]
Maddy Murdoch unpacks what life is like for a COVID Nurse living in isolation in a lighthouse, and what we can learn from isolation.
Scrap the resolutions you made pre-Covid, don’t ask yourself those questions. Here’s a list of questions you can ask yourself when you reflect on the year…
The Pandemic Podcast is a podcast organised by University of Leeds students and it launched its first episode on November 21st. The podcast is here to talk openly and honestly about student experiences as well […]
Whilst the department of Health and Social Care insist: ‘Lateral Flow Tests are accurate and sensitive enough to be used in the community, including for asymptomatic people,’ other experts have raised serious concerns about the effectiveness of these tests.
Bookshop.org have launched an initiative that is set to save local and independent bookstores from closure, as it encourages shopping locally and staves off multi-billion dollar companies!
With the announcement of successful vaccine trials, Ollie Rees looks into stock market activity on Monday. Who benefitted and what industries saw a decline?
Chris On take us on their journey through a day at the Leeds Art Gallery during a global pandemic. From the impact of a one-way system on viewing art, to seeing the gallery as a featured character of each of the exhibitions, this article allows you to see what the gallery has to offer through a fresh pair of eyes,
If we take a step back from the horrors of this year’s A-Level and GCSE grading debacle, little is being done to account for how this year’s Year 11 and 13’s education has suffered. Months […]
On Friday 2nd October, in classic Trump fashion, a tweet was posted announcing he and Melania Trump had been tested positive for Covid-19. After months of understating the effects of COVID, Trump has caught the […]
Back in May, England was still in the middle of a summer-long lockdown, watching on as countries like New Zealand, Denmark, and even our neighbouring Scotland seemingly soared through their respective goals. These countries lifted […]