Our Society editor Martha Sanders spoke to Leeds Marrow society president Matthew Mellor about the challenges they are facing due to social distancing.
Last year, the Gryphon reported on the founding of the Leeds Disabled Student Network. However, a year on, and due to COVID related setbacks, they are still yet to be fully recognised as a society. As a result, they are yet to receive any funding and small things such as setting up a Zoom call through which they can do society socials are impossible.
Martha Sanders chats to Marvina Newton about BLM Leeds’ plans to find allies within different faith societies.
In the upcoming Oscars, two of the nine nominations for Best Picture have been given to Netflix productions, more in fact, than any other production company. Given this, it appears that Netflix has become an […]
If you’re looking for books to gift your friends and family, here’s a list of the best ones you to get: Becoming – Michelle Obama Michelle Obama released her autobiography less than three weeks ago […]
Ever wondered where best to take refuge when you simply cannot face a two-hour lecture in a windowless lecture theatre in Roger Stevens? Wonder no more; we explore the best spots to fulfil your campus […]
Martha Sanders discusses Pixar’s step away from monsters and robots and much needed steps towards diverse representation in their films. Although it is commonplace to see articles criticising Disney films for cultural misrepresentation, whitewashing and […]
As Ed Gamble hits Leeds this evening as part of his ‘Mammoth’ tour, Martha Sanders takes time to chat with him about everything from jokes too rude for older punters to his comedic journey. Although […]
Martha Sanders and Anya Loudon explore the best bits of Leeds Light Night Festival 2017. On the 5th and 6th of October Leeds was lit up for the thirteenth annual Light Night Festival. As the […]