After last night's proposed Brexit deal was rejected by the House of Commons, we understand some of our members may have concerns and questions about their student status.
Your Welfare Officer, Matt Port, has launched a campaign for safer student drug use in Leeds. You can contribute to the first phase of the campaign and you’ll also be in with a chance to win some sweet prizes.
New year and new things are coming to your Union. With the exciting news that Essentials is undergoing refurbishment to become a Co-op, we’re making sure you can still pick up your sandwich, stationary and tickets in the meantime.
Find out where all of our spaces and places are open over the festive season.
Your Exec have been in their positions since this summer and have all been working hard to tackle all the things they promised they’d sort out for you. Here’s a round up of everything they have achieved so far, and what they aim to do in the next term to make student life better for all students.
Last week we held a campus-wide vote on “Should LUU support a People’s Vote on the final Brexit deal”. Over 1100 students took part, of which nearly 80% voted to support the motion.
After weeks of campaigning and a great voter turnout, we can now announce who will be representing LUU at the 2019 NUS Conferences.
Results are in for the campus-wide referenda on the following ideas that did not pass at our Better Union Forum. We wanted to know if LUU should support a People’s Vote on Brexit and whether LUU should provide the same support for radio and television as it does for print media.
Plans are developing to transform Essentials, your union supermarket, into a Co-op, providing you with more choice of products, cheaper options and a speedier shopping experience.