ULU Sports and Societies could be axed

Members of ULU’s vibrant and unique societies are in the dark about how the closure of the union will affect them. Their funding has been slashed and the university has made no commitment to funding them next year. There is even the suggestion that sports equipment will be sold off to cover ULU’s debts. “We […]

Professor Paul Webley answers your criticisms about the ULU shutdown

SOAS Director Professor Paul Webley, chair of the review board which recommended shutting down ULU, has fond memories of the Union from his student days: “when I was an LSE student, LSE was very much a school of the University. I came to Senate House library, I went to ULU and all the rest because […]

Students need space to solve pan-London issues

Why should we ‘Save ULU’? There’s been a lot of debate over the lastfew years about whether or not ULU is the beneficial to students within the University of London (UoL), and the report published earlier this year wasn’t the first to question it. The rationale behind closing it appears pretty convincing- individual unions are […]

Save ULU

The unexpected UoL management decision to close University of London Union (ULU) has caused shockwaves across the university. The union, which represents 170,000 students, will be replaced with a corporate student services centre on Malet Street from the 1st of August next year.  The changes threaten many popular sports and societies at ULU, such as […]