A student’s account of her healthcare experience, feeling neglected and living in daily pain while awaiting treatment.
Renting a house in second year is the next step in the university process for many students, and as many first years prepare to move into houses in September, I speak to University of Leicester students who have had experiences from hell.
TikTok is everywhere. Even if you’re too stubborn to download the app itself, you probably will still have heard of the likes Addison Rae and Charli D’Amilio. Stars of the video-sharing app are making a name for themselves in the ‘real world’, and it’s safe to say that a noticeable amount of popular content creators belong to, or at least used to belong to, a content house.
This week’s editon of the Let’s Explore Leicester series focuses on the best coffee choices in Leicester, recommended by Julia Goralska.
A writer reflects on how taking a stand could change the path of someone’s life.
@olliegmonk interviews Dr. Michelle O’Reilly to find out more about doomscrolling and its impact on mental health.
When people talk about their mental health, I never claim I have anxiety because I feel like I don’t suffer like some people do. But I do.
A raw inside look into the realities of a real break-up from the perspective of the one ending the relationship.
The University of Leicester have threatened to remove the title of Professor Emeritus from the retired academic Peter Armstrong over his social media activity, following recent disagreement over disinvestment proposals.
Kimi was pushed to the brink by her “fucking psycho” of an ex-boyfriend to the point where she thought “about whether or not I wanted to die.”
With just two weeks to go, read our comprehensive list of City and Clarendon Park hospitality businesses opening on April 12th and beyond.
One of the most incredible opportunities offered to students is the chance to Study Abroad.
What is Parkour and why should it be on your bucket list of sports to try?
Studying in the middle of a global pandemic is challenging for any student, but for those living in Nixon Court, there are more challenges than they signed up for.
When people are healthy, life is taken for granted. But for some, the illness is with them forever.
The Tacit Colonising of Critical Cuts at the University of Leicester
Stressed, exasperated, and unmotivated. Three words which describe the emotions of final year students at present.
Meditation is not an end goal; it is about being present.
As I’m sure you’re all aware by now, SU Executive Officer elections are very much underway. As part of LSM’s election coverage, I spoke to the two running candidates for Wellbeing – Karli Wargner and Millie Loader – about their manifestos and aspirations for the next year if elected.
Pedram Bani Asadi has been removed from the University of Leicester Students’ Union Presidential Elections due to “three separate, alleged breaches of the election regulations.”
Edwin has decided to run for education officer because he felt that students were not being listened to.
AnneMarie Deeb is campaigning for the position of Education Officer to come up with policies that actually represent students
Ravi is running for education officer because he believes that he will be able to bring about tangible solutions.
Pedram Bani Asadi believes he’s the right man to stand up to the University’s senior management if he’s elected as the President of the University of Leicester’s Students’ Union this week.
Rhiannon Jenkins is no stranger to standing up for University of Leicester students. Now she’s running to be elected as the next President of the Students’ Union.
From family reactions to unrequited love, Bethany Walsh honestly details her process of coming out as a lesbian woman.
Leicester students give their views on covid-19, lockdown, and those that are breaking government guidelines
A students shared thoughts as she navigates through the UK’s 3rd national lockdown.
Content warning: strong language
This is a poem about being vulnerable in love as a cynical person. It’s a lot happier than it probably sounds, I promise.