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 […]
Ejiro Obonobor describes his experiences at The Scribe’s Open Mic Night
Society editor, Tilly Judges, talks to Motorsports society about their aims to increase their female involvement
As the Tories sashay through the capital with their blue badges, new statistics expose the stark red blood under their fingernails. Statistics have been released depicting a startling 50% rise in knife crime in the […]
Society Editors discuss why you should join a society this semester and some of the upcoming Give it a Go’s.
Does the spread of nuclear weapons promote stability or encourage complete disaster? For realists like Kenneth Waltz, more nuclear weapons may be better: states are unlikely to engage in conflict against nuclear states given the […]
Recent research released by the Social Market Foundation (SMF) found that there are extreme disparities in the pay of graduates from London universities. Researchers found that a typical 25-year-old London graduate, with a socio-economically deprived […]
A new UNICEF society has developed in LUU and you can get involved!
Jess Farmer discusses work of new LUUBEAT society and their future plans
On the 9th November, Germany celebrated 30 years since the beginning of the fall of the Berlin Wall. To mark the occasion, vast celebrations took place across the city. From a concert with fireworks on […]
High on Life society discusses the key features of their society and how you can enjoy uni life without alcohol as part of Alcohol Awareness Week.
Jess Farmer documents why you should join mantality and some of their great work at the University of Leeds