Trump caught Covid; the virus he once denied, and now encourages people not to worry about. All the While, the American death toll is rising. Tharushi Wijesiri reports.
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As the novel coronavirus spread around the world, affected millions of the people’s lives, and forced Universities and schools to shut down across the country, the Government has claimed it is striving to do all […]
Depression can manifest itself differently in everyone – some may have highs and lows, some may cry routinely, others may feel void of emotion. As a friend, it can hurt seeing a person you love […]
Three friends are trying to watch a baseball game over a fence. They are each standing on top of a crate; however, since they are different heights, only the tallest friend is able to see […]
Leeds Council is planning to launch a special, fee-free school in Headingley. The new establishment would be called the Specialist Inclusive Learning Centre (SILC) and it would substitute the current Grammar School at Rose Court, […]
There are many ways to tackle loneliness and university is a great place to meet new people and try new things; you’ve just got to take the step to put yourself out there.
As a recent graduate from the University of Leeds, I have up-to-date knowledge of what it means to be a non-traditional student here. This can mean several things: you could be a mature student, a […]
Society has been taken over this week by the Bereaved and Young Student Network (BAYSN). This LUU society are doing their best to support students who have ex-perienced death, by surrounding them with students who […]
Mental health impacts 20% of young adults in the UK. Beyond this, an even greater number of university students are suffering from some kind of mental wellbeing issue. The problem is, in fact, so big […]
Receiving the news that a friend/family member has been sexually assaulted can be devastating, frightening, even confusing. You may feel overwhelmed by the situation and you are not to be blamed for this. Most people […]
When you have mental health problems, a week full of new people, different clubs and a lack of sleep can be overwhelming – especially when you are in a new city. But freshers – and […]