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.
As I’m frequently told by racists, homophobes and cowboy tradesmen, we live in a time of political correctness and health and safety gone mad. In light of this, many of the Bonfire night traditions we still hold dear are refreshingly old-school and a hark back to simpler times. A prime example being that the main [...]
A student has spoken out after being stabbed in an unprovoked attack in Burley.
Monopoly is 75 years old!
Morrisons, one of the largest food suppliers in the UK, have pledged to provide 1000 jobs for homeless people.
Elite private schools are coaching their sixth-form students in how to apply to American Universities rather than British.
Government to allow universities to charge up to £9,000. Leeds Student Exec meet and challenge Nick Clegg
Taxi marshals are being introduced to maintain order and avoid disputes over the festive season.
Barakas is facing a £1515 bill after failing to ensure the proper licensing of his premises.