BREAKING NEWS: Plagiarised passages found in four Mature Students’ Officer manifestos

Four out of five Mature Students’ Officer election manifestos are plagiarised; passages are taken from manifestos on four different Students’ Unions (SU) websites.

This comes in light of the news that Syed Ali, candidate for President in the SU Executive Election, plagiarised his manifesto last week.

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Leicester nightclubs come under scrutiny over spiking

Nightclubs and bars in Leicester have come under scrutiny after increasing reports of spiking, particularly via injection. LSM asked city centre venues how they are responding to concerns highlighted in the Big Night in movement.

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Students’ Union U-turns on boycott of campus-based nightclub events

Leicester Students’ Union released a statement backtracking on their original stance to support O2 Academy events, amidst national boycotts of nightclubs.

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University delays releasing exam results for Biological Science students

Biological Sciences students have been left waiting for their exam results as a result of the ongoing redundancy dispute.

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Charlie Hebdo’s Meghan race bait isn’t ‘satire’ – it’s a cheap garner for relevancy, and it’s boring.

Following the news of Prince Phillip’s death on Friday, French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo swiftly mounted their one-trick-pony, and by the very same evening had posted a topical cartoon to their Twitter, depicting ‘l’hommage d’Harry & Meghan au Prince Phillip’

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University of Leicester threatens removal of Professor Emeritus title over social media activity

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.

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We would not be talking about Sarah Everard if she was Black.

Or brown. Or disabled. Or gay. Or trans.

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National lockdown ends prospect of face-to-face teaching for many university students

At 8pm on Monday evening, Prime Minister Boris Johnson addressed the nation and announced another national lockdown. The message to “stay at home” ends the prospect of face-to-face teaching for many university students, who had been told it might return this term.

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