September marks the return for students to University, combined with the arrival of many new faces who are experiencing higher education for the very first time. It provides opportunities to see old faces, meet new ones and settle down into the year with a sense of excitement and intrigue about what you might be studying
Isabel Ralphs speaks to Sheaf Street director, James Abbott Donnelly, about how COVID-19 has impacted the events scene in Leeds, and what it means for the future of clubbing.
The Covid-19 Pandemic acted as a catalyst for many mental health issues. New Writer, Mhairi Mcdonald reports on the rise of eating disorders and what we can do to battle the stigma.
With exam results upon us and university just around the corner, discussions surrounding grade inflation surge across British educational discourse. Josh Bate reports on the recent debates surrounding teacher assessed grades and the implications it may cause.
With students moving to university, William Nixon highlights the importance of sleep and the impact it has on education.
Manasa Narayanan chatted to Jack Colmer about his hand-crafted Bin Bag dispenser, now a permanent feature of the Leeds landscape. After students were lambasted for leaving litter on Woodhouse Moor in both local and National news, Manasa investigates the situation from a student perspective.
Estranged students face many additional challenges, particularly in securing accomodation. Rebecca Healy explores the experience of estranged students, particularly throughout the pandemic.
As part of the #indiainred series, Marino Unger-Verna spoke to Indian students at KCL to hear how the crisis has affected them and their families.
Neive McCarthy reports on the ongoing concerns around study spaces at the University.
The Turkish President, Recep Erdogan, has been facing backlash after appointing a new rector from his political party for Bogazici University and later for making several anti-LGBTQ+ claims against protesting students. Ioana Grădinaru reports.
This month, international students studying at Russell Group universities joined forces and asked for a 30% reimbursement for tuition fees that would compensate for the challenges they have faced due to the COVID-19 pandemic. They […]
At present, the transparency of international supply chains often falls short when examining the global injustices faced by those at the heart of manufacturing; the workers. Workers face exposure to lethal toxins, banning of unions, […]