In a meeting at the Civic Hall on November 17, members of the Leeds University Union Student Executive asked Leeds City Council for their “support” in joining students in the battle against the government’s proposed increase to tuition fees
It’s been 22 years since I last wandered around campus. Gone are the days of hedonistic partying and fresh faced skin. Nowadays, I get a hangover after two gin and tonics and my face is entrenched with wrinkles. No longer do I protest outside the Parkinson building, rallying along side the boys in rolled up [...]
‘Right to Recall’ campaign plans to remove dishonesty from politics.
McFly and Shane Ward help Leeds city centre light up by switching on the Christmas lights.
Foreign language students worry as British Council considers scrapping mandatory year abroad scheme
On November 6 1970, the first issue of Leeds Student was printed
Students have been targeted by both the police and the press in the wake of Demolition 2010.
As the nights creep in ever faster and winter settles down like the fog of depression it is, we students find it far too easy to submit ourselves to central heating inspired resolutions to calm down for the rest of the term and get our kicks from a hot cocoa at the end of a [...]
After closing the Leeds International Film Festival’s infamous Day of the Dead, a 12 hour long back-to-back horror marathon in the beautiful Town Hall Auditorium, with his African zombie road-movie The Dead, director Howard Ford talks to Leeds Student about his experience filming one of the most ambitious zombie movies ever made.