Is UCL sustainable? And can it be improved much further without addressing the elephant in the room of aviation?
Amber Kits talks about the imperative of taking meaningful action now to prevent the plight of the Uighur population from worsening.
The member of staff responsible for implementing Summary of Reasonable Adjustments (SoRAs) within UCL’s School of European Languages, Culture and Society (SELCS) has been accused of ableism by a member of a complaints panel.
Although Sadiq Khan declared COVID-19 to be a ‘major incident’ in London, many workers are still being compelled to provide…
A growing number of University of London student rent strikers are threatening to hold the ‘largest rent strike in 40 years’.
Despite the inquiry report being a progressive first step in rectifying UCL’s ties to eugenics, the question still remains: how committed is the university in its wider approaches towards upholding anti-racist values?
The Institite of Mental Health at UCL is funded in part by the Sackler Trust, is this ethical, and should UCL consider alternative funding?
UCL module registration has failed students again as they are forced through a troubled system that leaves many missing out.
Outsourced cleaners working at the University of London had been long embroiled in protests to secure better labour rights. Outsourced…
Eleanor Corney’s piece on the exam board failure that lead to thousands of students’ plans being uprooted .
It is no secret that state-school students have faced, and continue to face, significant barriers when accessing higher education –…
Recently, UCL students received an email that condemned a case of ‘exceptionally poor behaviour’ in Schafer House, which resulted in…
“If it weren’t for my parents, I would have dropped out.” Deaf first year student left with little support from UCL
Daniel is a deaf first year student who started started studying at UCL in September, however by the end of first term he was already close to dropping out. Until Christmas his access to lectures was severely restricted as UCL failed to provide him with a reliable British Sign Language interpreter. His experience shows how unprepared UCL is to fulfil its legal obligation of providing access and support to disabled students.
On January 20th, UCL Disabled Students’ Network published a report detailing the issues surrounding disabilities at UCL, containing students’ testimonies…
Though Olivia Rodrigo has famously acquired her Driver’s Licence, her former driving instructor has some concerns about her ability.
Rusheen Bansal examines UCL’s apology after the eugenics inquiry, the dialogue across campus, and the steps being taken to move forward.
Matt Hancock has once again created a clear set of lockdown rules that have been accessible and easy for us to understand. Great Job Matt!