In an age of vast access to media, newsfeeds are updating by the second. Whilst tech giants amass great sums of revenue from promoting this material, ought journalists to be compensated fairly for their content?! Will Nixon reports on a new Austrailian law which purports to do just that.
Sriwijaya Air Flight 182, which was a flight from Jakarta to Pontinak, took off at 2:36pm western Indonesia time and lost contact at 2:40pm.
The plane reportedly lost contact four minutes after take-off and dropped 10,000 feet in less than a minute.
The editors of the 24 Russell Group Universities respond to the Russell Group’s statement on implementing a no detriment policy.
Because lord knows we need it.
The University of Leeds has become the most recent university to introduce a grade ‘safety net’ for students, in light of the Coronavirus pandemic. Yesterday afternoon the Deputy Vice Chancellor for Student Education, Tom Ward, […]
Individuals from Leeds Teaching Hospital Trust and the University of Leeds have collaborated to make modifications to sleep apnoea machines in order to create vital ventilators to treat patients suffering from Coronavirus. Engineers, physicists, academics […]
At a press conference on 4th December 2019, Gavin Newsom, the California Governor delivered an ambitious speech to stop the growth of homelessness in California. The governor declared the issue a “national crisis” and the […]
The University of Leeds has announced its aims to transition to full online teaching and learning for all lectures and non-practical classes by 6 pm on Wednesday 18th March. This was announced via email today […]
35 UK universities admit that they have asked students who have been victims of sexual assault, bullying and poor teaching to sign non-disclosure agreements (NDA). Charlotte (falsified name), a previous undergraduate student who studied at […]
University of Sunderland Closes its History and Modern Language Faculties The University of Sunderland has closed its history faculty after only receiving interest from 14 students who wanted to study the subject this year. The […]
A new mental health guide, available to download for free, has been launched by the Charlie Waller Memorial Trust. The charity was set up in 1997 in memory of Charlie Waller, a young man who […]
Once again, the Leeds transport system has been criticised for being at ‘near breaking point’, according to a spokesman from Leeds City Council. Traffic, especially in the city centre, continues to be a problem as […]