It’s opening today, it’s the newest place to check out, it’s none other than Scream! This new ice cream parlour on campus might just be your new favourite spot. We headed down yesterday to try some locally sourced ice cream and are here to give you a sneak peak of what it’s all like.
My experience with the Leeds disability service has been a pleasant albeit brief, and slightly problematic encounter. I filled in my name, crossed the T’s, dotted the I’s and ran over the nature of my […]
I don’t know where to start in reviewing ‘Mine’ by Emily Merrill. Tragic. Heart breaking. Gripping. Unapologetically beautiful. ‘Mine’ encapsulates themes from abuse, trauma, friendship and ambition in a neat 378 pages. I was all […]
This Black History Month, LUU is exploring a whole host of ‘Black &’ identities through the following line-up of events:
What constitutes a real job? Offices, ties, a wage gap? What makes an employment opportunity legitimate? Is it a grad scheme? Is it statistics, fact-checking, a corner desk with a wilting hyacinth? Can a ‘job’ […]
Does a relationship constitute the remedying of all plausible flaws? Will an illness be cured by love? Does holding hands make me a stronger person? I like being single and I like my life without […]
Georgie tackles the phrase “I’m not like other girls” this International Women’s Day. I am an amalgamation of every woman I have ever known, every book I have ever read and every film I have […]
Georgie writes about the book industry, and whether there’s any shelf space left for originality. There is a lot to be said for the art of writing and the enjoyment of reading: but has popular […]