Sophie is a first-year student at the university, who bravely opens up about her experience with her mental health.
Geha Pandey speaks with second-year psychology student, Neo Kalungu-Banda, about publishing his debut self-help book.
Publishing a book can seem surreal and unrealistic for a lot of students, a dream that they’ve maybe had since childhood. In recent years though, there seems to be an increase in students who have successfully written and published a book, with some even reaching the New York Times Bestseller list.
Edwin has decided to run for education officer because he felt that students were not being listened to.
Ravi is running for education officer because he believes that he will be able to bring about tangible solutions.
AnneMarie Deeb is campaigning for the position of Education Officer to come up with policies that actually represent students
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.
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.
Written by Toby Cray, featuring interview from SU President Mia Nembhard
Up and coming musician Ryan McMey discusses how lockdown has affected his solo career and what the future holds for him.
England Rugby star Sarah Beckett speaks to the University’s rugby teams about her path to professional rugby.
Interview with a former student of Leicester on their time at university, experiences since and more.