Isabel Ralphs speaks to Sheaf Street director, James Abbott Donnelly, about how COVID-19 has impacted the events scene in Leeds, and what it means for the future of clubbing.
Personal, sexual, health and economic (PSHE) education has been under-valued and under-resourced in schools across the country. Isabel Ralphs explores the worrying repercussions of this void in personal knowledge.
Isabel Ralphs delves deep into the opioid pandemic and details why it is no longer an American epidemic.
Isabel Ralphs reviews Arlo Parks’ debut album Collapsed in sunbeams, our first full-length glimpse of a young artist with an extremely promising career ahead of her.
Isabel Ralphs interviews Pandora Sykes: journalist, fashion guru and writer, who once wrote for our student newspaper too.
Isabel Ralphs spoke to BBC presenter Naga Munchetty, discussing her career, criticism and the pace of change in the industry.
No refugees have been resettled in the UK since the 12th March. Many are living in a dangerous state of limbo, both in squalid camps abroad and unsuitable halfway houses in the UK, where Covid-19 has spread at exorbitant rates. Isabel Ralphs reports.
Following months of campaigning and media coverage, you might be forgiven for thinking that we must be a fair way through the US Presidential Election process by now. In actual fact, things are only just […]
At the start of term, on Monday the 27th of January, Leeds will have become the first Russell Group University to install the ‘Ecosia’ search engine across all campus computers. Following a successful student-run campaign […]
There is a certain unsettling irony in the fact that Black Friday this year landed in the same week that the UN Secretary General issued the warning that the world is at the ‘point of […]
In the latest hit to business, last week, ride share giant Uber lost its license from Transport to London (TfL) which allows it to continue to operate in the capital. For the millions of Uber […]
In its most recent move towards making the platform a more ‘positive experience’ for its users, Instagram has just announced it is going to remove all ‘augmented reality’ (AR) filters, that give the appearance of plastic surgery, from the app.