Label is Loughborough’s official student publication, aiming to bring you relevant and interesting student articles throughout your time at Loughborough. As well as our news, features, opinion and entertainment content, Label is the essential guide to Loughborough for any student!

We offer a chance to gain journalistic experience through writing and editing articles, and also offer chances to get involved in photography (through Lens), design, illustration, and marketing. To get involved, come and visit us in our office upstairs in the Students' Union, or join our volunteers group!


Environmental Progress in 2020

In a year where it seems like a lot has taken a turn for the worst, returning Label volunteer Leah Langley informs us on some…


A 2020 Reflection

Volunteer writer, Leah Langley, writes their reflection of 2020. As 2020 has been a hard year for many, Leah shares the positive moments of their year. 2020 has been a tough year…


Restaurant Reviews: The Basin

Returning writer, Amie Woodyatt, shares her thoughts on her dining experience at The Basin. Give it a Gyoza! Storm Dennis is raging on outside, the wind has been biting my…


My Favourite Artist

Label volunteer, Alec Reed, writes about his favourite artist, kicking off 2021 with some positivity. Life can be an incredibly hectic, chaotic, confusing, worrying, scar- You get the picture. In…


From Catwalk to Cyberspace

From Catwalk to Cyberspace: A contemporary view on how Gen Z will pixelate the fashion industry. Volunteer Label writer, Tom Rowland, shares an interesting piece on how technological advances are changing…


The New Year’s Resolution Debate

With an anecdotal insight, returning volunteer writer Leah Langley, takes us through the what ‘the new year’s resolution’ really means; what conditioned us to make these once-every-365-days promises? New Year’s…


Dear my Future Self

Returning Media Volunteer, Meg Jocson Ong, shares a beautiful letter to her future self about the uncertain future. Dear Future Me, I hope you’re doing well. Hopefully, the coronavirus is…


Once Upon A Time

Returning volunteer, Chloë Morgan, shares her beautiful poem: NoSomewhere


When I Grow Up…

When I grow up I’d like to be rich. Rich in happiness, experiences and love. I think everyone would also like to be rich in money, it enables us to…

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