Madeleine Williams speaks to students about their response to the government advised ‘travel window’.
In this week’s article Siobhan takes us through a day in her life as an online study abroad student.
Thousands of cases of Coronavirus are being reported by students across the UK, leaving many uncertain about whether returning to university was the right thing to do in the current climate. Students are distraught, […]
INTRODUCING ROOTED! In this article, Geeta discusses how we can be more sustainable in the way we buy and sell books
The University’s response to the pandemic was poorly coordinated, unsympathetic and reckless, according to some student and staff. Clarissa Leung reports.
Today on Call Keir, the Leader of the Labour Party listened to the concerns of freshers’ and their families.
As student loan interest rates increase this year, Nina Patel breaks down the obscurities around what this means for those at university.
The morning after the night before: the science.
Why we feel homesick and what we can do about it.
Freshers’ Week isn’t always as fun as it’s made out to be. It can be a difficult, emotional time. Helena Smith gives advice that all Freshers need to hear.
With an operating deficit of £11 million due to charges relating to USS pensions and likely significant losses in international student fee income, The Gryphon concludes the future looks worrying for the University of Leeds […]
Due to COVID-19, Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Education Secretary Gavin Williamson have announced that GCSE and A-level exams will not be taking place in England this summer. For year thirteen students whose conditional university […]