Ella Spittall speaks to Professor Alex O’Neill from the University of Leeds about one of the biggest global killers.
Finding a partner in ‘normal’ times can be hard enough, but during a global pandemic…well that’s a completely different ball game.
Influencers often come under fire for various misdemeanours – whether it’s for the relentless promotion of ‘skinny teas’ or some dodgy photo editing, there’s usually something to be grated by. Yet, over the last few […]
Our writer shares her experience as she volunteers at her local GP to help with the vaccination roll-out
Despite the UK being in a national lockdown, social media personalities have flocked to Dubai, which is not subject to the same restrictive measures. As ‘essential work trips’ are one of the few justifications allowed for travel outside of the UK, the influencers are citing their trips as ‘for business’.
Giulio Bajona shares four iconic characters and moments from this ‘unprecedented’ year, in a cultural countdown of 2020
The Pandemic Podcast is a podcast organised by University of Leeds students and it launched its first episode on November 21st. The podcast is here to talk openly and honestly about student experiences as well […]
Musicians have endured a tumultuous and difficult time during the pandemic, with little support. Leeds based quintet ‘himehabu’ spoke to Isabel Ralphs to discuss their experiences.
Need help boosting your immune system this winter? Look no further than this article to find the best herbal teas to keep you healthy!
Starting university can be difficult for everyone. Challenging curricula, living with strangers and the pressure to socialise every day of the week are sure to drain even the most extroverted of students. Yet, for introverts, […]
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.
With an obvious increase in spending due to the pandemic Jacob Smith investigates if the high level of public debt is really something to be worried about.