Madeleine Williams explores the trending hashtag #notallmen. Did this hashtag derail a necessary conversation about women’s rights or is it (as WIkipedia notes), a social movement against generalisations?
“The last few weeks seem like a period of reckoning of police power in the UK”. Manasa Narayanan reports on the Kill the Bill protests across the country, in response to the Police Bill.
Esme McGowan chats to the Leeds-born and bred Rap Game winner about life since the show, working with his heroes and making his family proud.
February is LGBT History Month in the UK, which aims to celebrate and educate the nation on the history of the LGBTQ+ community. Stories of the queer community have often been unfairly misrepresented or even […]
I have always loved walking. It’s one of the most effective and cheapest ways of exercising whilst connecting to the world around you. It is also a great way to step away from troubling thoughts […]
On behalf of student-led startup Studenteer, Anna-Karina Yuill explores the benefits of volunteering at this time
Ben Forrest reviews the new album from Leeds-based art-rock indie guitar gurus Mush, Lines Redacted.
Two men have been fined £10,000 each for organising the snowball fight that occurred in Hyde Park. In light of this, Will Nixon assesses whether the police have been acting fairly, or increasingly veering in to overkill.
Eleanor Richardson covers the #CutTheRent story, as university students across the UK go on strikes to protest against rising rent costs during the pandemic.
The Net-Zero roadmap produced and presented by the Leeds Climate Commission on January 7th reports that if Leeds reaches its 2030 target of net-zero emissions the city would accelerate its post-Covid recovery by reaping numerous social and economic benefits.
We caught up with society president Alfie Milnes-Dobbs to discuss adapting to coronavirus and Brexit, both as students and as a society.
French native and international student in Leeds Marjolaine Marsille reviews how France have handled the pandemic in comparison to the UK.