A round up of some of the societies at Leeds University this year!
The UK’s subculture scene is flourishing, with a reported 56% of adults belonging to a subgroup according to research conducted by planning agency The Nursery. Conducted during lockdown, The Nursery asked 1800 adults questions designed […]
Saminda Sidhu discusses The Forgotten Shoes of 1984
Since lockdown was imposed on the whole of the UK on 23rd March 2020, the lives of many students have certainly been disrupted as they either moved back home or buckled down in Leeds and […]
The coronavirus pandemic has shaken up the status-quo of policy-making around the world. Certain countries, including the UK, are witnessing a monumental paradigm shift in which heavy state intervention has become the new norm. It […]
Custodian activities raise £2.6 million in funds in 2019
Before I talk about the opportunity that comes with a crisis, I want to be clear that I’m not negating the detrimental effects of coronavirus. I’m also aware I make some sweeping statements without touching […]
Jess Farmer speaks to LUU BEAT society about their work during Eating Disorders Awareness Week and plans for the future!
Tilly Judges speaks to Leeds Indian Students Association about their annual Holi Festival
Jess Farmer interview new society- LUU Disabled Student Network
Louis Newstead speaks to LUU Mind Matters Society following recent WelFair event
Western countries are ageing. By 2050 25% of people in the UK will be aged 65 years and over, an increase from 20% in 2018. Additionally, older people have a higher turnout in elections compared […]