Many restaurants in Leeds offer great deals for Brunch. Brunch can be a great meal to enjoy with friends, family and even for dates. Whether you are trying to cure a hangover or cause one, […]
“The collaborative nature of the event is extremely important to us as a festival… we want to be representative of a culture, a scene and a city.” Whether you’re preparing for a dissertation, visa application […]
Despite their visible drives towards inclusivity and diversity, university campuses are no stranger to excluding working-class students. Buildings named after members of elite families, expensive shops and disparate accommodations are just a few of the features of university life which can make students from low-income backgrounds feel like they don’t belong at their chosen institute of learning. But is Leeds any different in this trend? I met with Catheryne Sturgess-Fairbairn, a 2ndyear politics student at the University of Leeds, to find out her thoughts.
Ever had the feeling that you just don‘t want the night to end? Lifestyle and Culture Editor Caitlin Tilley takes us through all the best hotspots in Leeds for after the party ends. MONDAY Crispy’s, […]
Natural Selection welcomed Brooklyn-based DJ and producer Octo Octa and Equaliser‘s Sayang to Headrow House on International Women’s Day. Natural Selection initially came about as a way of bringing together world class DJs and local […]
The ‘champagne socialist’ archetype has always had a long time association with students. The idea that we’re a bunch of middle class, Starbucks-craving, hummus-sucking, avocado-worshipping slacktivists waiting in the queue for a £5 bowl of quinoa has a long history.
Leeds City Council are to declare a full climate emergency in an attempt to tackle climate change. The council are calling on the Government to provide them with the necessary funding and resources to become […]
With climate change and sustainability in the public eye, amid strikes across the country and cities declaring climate emergency, First Bus’ decision to increase the bus ticket fares last October was not welcomed by inhabitants […]
Back in February, Nottingham-based charity night, Duende, made its highly-anticipated Leeds debut at Blueberry Hill Studios. Run by Douglas McConachie, a student whose DJ successes are earning him a renowned presence on the local music […]
It’s no secret that many Leeds students love drugs. They consistently score highly when data is collected on drug usage by university, most recently coming fifth, and the fashion choices that most of them make […]