Last month, we received the news that the UK will not be allowed to host the European Capital of Culture in 2023 due to its departure from the EU. This is a massive blow for both the city and the University. Given that some of the most promising artists and creatives are on our campus, I and the students of Leeds can only share the city’s disappointment.
You might have noticed that over the last week we’ve held elections so that you can decide who we send to the NUS Conference, and the results are in.
During the season where it is better to give than receive, LUU is binging an ice rink to the Riley Smith Theatre and letting students get their skates on for free to celebrate the holidays.
A recently uncovered Chilean mural created in the 1970s by political refugees in Leeds University Union will undergo restoration to re-establish its cultural significance as a piece of community and political art within both the Chilean and local communities.
During this year’s Black History Month, Equality and Diversity Officer Natasha Mutch-Vidal has been addressing the issue of black male mental health through the Man Up! event which saw over 200 students talk about tackling it and haircuts.
Our biggest student survey ever is back and we’re asking every single one of our 34,000 student members to fill it out so we can shape the Union to their liking. The survey takes place every four
Whether you’re missing your house keys, or feeling cold without your coat, we’ve got a new lost property procedure to help you reunite with your things.
Next week, from Wednesday 11th - Friday 13th, the University and College Union (UCU) is holding three days of industrial action across campus...
LUU is proud to announce lots of new spaces for students this year, as well as a refreshed old favourite. Our year-long Union Upgrade is coming to a close, old spaces have been spruced up and new spaces are in place ready for you to use in time for this academic year.
As of 01 July, we have a brand new Student Exec. The six winners of the Leadership Race Jack, Jess, Zaki, George, Natasha and Chloe are in post and ready to work on the policies that you voted for.