Lucy Pilling
Lucy Pilling

News Editor of The Tab Liverpool. Liverpool University second year History and Politics student.

Fem Soc fundraiser club night returns to 24 Kitchen Street!

There’s going to be a glitter booth!

Win Labour Manifesto signed by Jeremy Corbyn

A raffle ticket to win is only £1!

Girl Power Club Night at 24 Kitchen Street

Feminist Society have organised a fundraiser club night

Voting has opened to rename one of the Guild’s activity spaces and the options couldn’t be more stereotypically Guild

They want it to represent people who are from underrepresented groups, or who have fought adversity, and for human rights and equality

In photos: Reclaim the Night protest across Liverpool

Hundreds walked through the city centre in protest on Friday night

BREAKING: The NSS boycott has been successful at Liverpool University

Free Education Society have spoken to us about their campaign

Amnesty International Society raised over £800 for charity through club night at Kitchen Street

You can still get tickets

It’s time to admit it: Kelly’s is the best pub on Smithdown

It’s far better than the Brookhouse

The Guild are holding focus sessions for liberation groups this week

It will include a session for women, disabled students, LGBT+ students and people of colour

In photos: University Square protest for Irish women’s abortion rights

The protest was disrupted by a man shouting ‘f**k her right in the pussy’

Sir Ian Mckellen visited Liverpool University yesterday

“Here lies Gandalf, I came out.”

Lime Street Station is out of service until Monday

A wall has collapsed

Liverpool is the second most sleep deprived city in the UK

One in five said that they’re kept awake at night thinking about their workload

Why is the Sydney Jones never the right temperature?

Who is in control of this torture?

There’s a new study area in the SJ!

It’s hidden away

Rankin residents paid more damages than any other hall in 2016

The university fined students a total of £17,760

Colm Tóibín announced as new University Chancellor

He is an award-winning Irish writer

The Guild’s NSS boycott posters are SAVAGE

“Increase your tuition fees in just 15 minutes”

The university is running a £14m drug safety study

It intends to shed new light on bad reactions to drugs

Red Door bar manager faces disciplinary action after domestic abuse joke

In his apology Josh Roberts said it was “Derby banter”

Ex-Liverpool student kicked out for anti-apartheid protest recieves honorary degree

A 46 year degree in the making