• Teach First: Want To Help Smash the Class Ceiling?

    SPONSORED ARTICLE Impact’s latest sponsor, Teach First wants you to help smash the class ceiling by applying to become part of their teacher training programmes. Read on to find out more… Firstly, what even is the class ceiling? Well, did you know that in the UK, just eight schools...
  • Capgemini Invent: Invent. Build. Transform.

    SPONSORED ARTICLEInvent. Build. Transform. One of Impact’s sponsors, Capgemini Invent, believes “transformation begins with invention and ends with results”. Read on to find out more about who Capgemini are and why you should consider applying to one of their graduate programs! What is Capgemini, and what are your company...
  • Black History Month: When Will We Show Racism in Football the Red Card?

    “Racism in life was so terrible in the 70s and 80s; racism in football wasn’t any different” – John Barnes MBE Black History Month was first launched in the USA in 1970 and has been celebrated in the UK every October since the 1980s. In light of this annual...
  • Wobbles of Wobble Week

    Feeling scared, out of place, lonely, unsure, lost, stressed, overwhelmed, isolated, or vulnerable? We can empathise. University is a challenging time at a challenging age, but you are not alone. Below, four students share their experiences: acknowledging that wobbles can happen to everyone, at any time, and, most importantly,...
  • The Importance of ‘Hamilton’

    To those whose lives have not yet been enriched by the performance or soundtrack of arguably the greatest production to ever exist, fear not, for I will enlighten you on the phenomenon that is: Hamilton. This powerful, compelling and dynamic musical created solely by the ferociously talented Lin-Manuel Miranda...
  • Nottingham Celebrates for Black History 365

    Isobel Billington explores what Nottingham is doing to celebrate Black History Month this year.  Black History Month got off to a ceremonial start with the unveiling of a plaque to remember Eric Irons, Britain’s first black magistrate. Nottingham was proud to honour our local hero on 1st October, at...
  • Hangry Harangue – Chickens

    Need some lighthearted fun to de-stress? Listen to the Hangry Harangue podcast for an insight into what angers our writers.  Phoebe takes us through her dislike of chickens in this week’s Hangry Harangue, the podcast where we vent our pet hates to the world.  Please note, this podcast contains...