After our second semester was cut short back in 2020, we reflect on how it feels to return back on campus after finishing a whole academic year online.
With sunny blue skies, the easing of restrictions and exam season coming to an end, an approaching third wave of coronavirus is the last thing we want to be thinking about, but this is exactly what some scientists are warning of. Firstly, the good news… The UK recorded 0 Covid related deaths yesterday, for the...
Since lockdown was announced in early January, thousands of students have been stuck at home, unable to travel to their accommodation despite having to pay standard rent. Students at Urbanest, however, decided enough was enough.
Key workers have been vitally important during the coronavirus pandemic, but not all of them feel as if their hard work has been recognised. Emily Calder discusses the impact of increased pressure on the NHS on UK student nurses, and why she thinks that the government should be doing more to recognise their efforts.
Imagine graduating and being able to own a house. Is that too good to be true? Perhaps not if you're open-minded enough to consider downsizing to a tiny house.
Enactus aims to support young people in the UK to engage in youth social action and youth social enterprise.
Your guide to LGBTQ+ venues in London that are more than just clubbing.
City, University of London's President presents his stance on the industrial action, as UCU members defend their decision to strike.
Keeping up with the news in the current world can be challenging. Tortoise Media hopes to change that with its slow journalism.
With peaceful protests, mass arrests and roadblocks, Extinction Rebellion are trying to catch our attention again.