• Notts Students ‘Reclaim The Night’

    On the evening of November 27th, hundreds of women took to the streets of Nottingham to 'Reclaim the Night', the city’s biggest annual grassroots protest against male violence towards women, including physical, which 1 in 3 women will experience in a lifetime, as well as verbal. Abi Kara-Fernandes reports...
  • Stand By Her: Workshops Teaching Men How To Be An Ally To Women

    Working in collaboration with Communities Inc, Nottingham’s Women’s Aid is hosting a series of workshops entitled ‘Stand by Her’, aimed to help men understand sexual harassment and abuse faced by women. India Marriott reports on the workshops and the impact they could have....
  • New Campaign Launched To Tackle UoN’s Gender Health Gap

    A student-led campaign has recently been launched with the aim of tackling the Gender Health Gap
    at the University. The Women*s Health Campaign, endorsed by the SU, aims to deconstruct the Gender Health Gap at the university and its health services such as Cripps, ensuring that issues that affect women*...
  • HS2 ‘Eastern Leg’ Passing Through The East Midlands Due To Be Scrapped

    Leaks throughout the summer hinted at the Eastern Leg of HS2 being scaled back: now the BBC (and others) report its cancellation will be announced Thursday. The cancelled is due to be announced Thursday with an announcement of a £96 billion investment in new and existing rail lines across...
  • UCU December Strikes Confirmed

    It has todbeen confirmed that industrial action at the University of Nottingham, led by the University and College Union (UCU), will take place between the 1st and 3rd December. The announcement comes after a UCU ballot at the University resulted in majority support for such action. Lauren McGaun reports...
  • Lord Heseltine Launches Scathing Attack On Brexit At Monica Patridge

    Lord Michael Heseltine, former Deputy PM, spoke in UoN's Monica Partridge building on Wednesday 3rd November as part of the Edward Heath Lecture Series, chaired by former Chancellor, Ken Clarke.  Felix Hawes reports on the Brexit lecture....
  • University of Nottingham To Provide Accommodation To Homeless Over Winter Months

    The University will be providing accomodation to Nottingham's homeless population by hosting a shelter on campus, in partnership with local charity, Emmanuel House. It will reduce the number of people sleeping rough over the coldest months of the year, operating until March 2022. ...