• Advocating For LGBTQ+ Rights in Qatar: We Need to Change the Narrative

    Lorenzo Capito With millions expected to attend the 2022 FIFA World Cup, Qatari authorities have ramped up efforts to prepare for the global sporting event. However, recent reports have shown many arrests of Qatar’s LGBTQ+ nationals, with the most recent being just weeks before the sporting event is set...
  • In Conversation with the UoNSU Liberation Officer

    Sophie Robinson The Students’ Union is an organisation which works in partnership with the University of Nottingham and is recognised as the ‘voice of student representation’. The main goal of the Students’ Union is to make the voices of students at the University heard and to implement a fundamentally...
  • “I Stand with our Criminal Barristers”

    The Criminal Bar Association (‘CBA’) is, like many other unions, carrying out indefinite strike action. However, it is no secret that barristers have received less support from the public due to common misconceptions about working conditions at the Criminal Bar. Abigail Cadman Kerr dives deeper into the legal profession,...
  • Are Our Abortion Rights Under Threat in the UK?

    The historic Roe v Wade judgment has been overturned in the US and the decision has been met with a wave of criticism throughout the world. It has also fuelled pro-life fires. Abigail Cadman Kerr examines the significance of this landmark ruling and the threats to abortion rights in...
  • Love Island: Exposing Dating Double Standards and On-Screen Sexism

    ITV2s infamous dating show, Love Island, has returned for another year with a new line-up of attractive singles and explosive bombshells. Yet, the show still cannot shed its misogynistic skin. Cora-Laine Moynihan explores the double standards prevalent this season, raising important questions about attitudes towards female sexuality and inherent...