Last month's Riley Awards (27 April) saw the LUU Liberation Coordinators pick up two awards for their brilliant work across the year.
It might be the Easter holidays, but LUU is still committed to supporting students as you try to understand and manage the impact of the strike on your studies.
If you're staying in Leeds over Easter, you'll notice a few changes to the opening and closing times of some our outlets...
The third round of our Better Forums took place across the last week in the Pyramid Theatre; the Better Forums are how our members – that’s you – make changes across the Union, the Uni and the City.
Leeds University Union has managed to donate almost 8,000 sanitary items to Leeds based female health charities dedicated to tackling the issue of period poverty.The Union’s very own Community
Committee members can now submit their block bookings for the next academic year for any of their club or society meetings, rehearsals or activity. The block bookings request form is open from now until Sunday 25 March.
Your Student Executive for 2018/19 as voted on by over 7,600 students can now be announced.
Monday night saw the launch of the 10 Days of Action on the Refugee Crisis campaign. The Student Exec, along with societies STAR and Amnesty International, will be dedicating 10 days to untangling the misconceptions surrounding refugees, asylum seekers and forced migrants and supporting their cause.
Five days of strike action have now taken place with a further nine days due to take place Monday 5 to Thursday 8 March (4 days) and Monday 12 to Friday 16 March (5 days).
Yesterday 7,600 students decided who they wanted to lead their Union by voting in the Leadership Race 2018. Now, the results are in; this is your incoming Student Exec 2018/19.