• Winner Announced: Liberation Officer – Sam Hawkins

    Sam Hawkins has been elected as your new Liberation Officer for 2020/21. Impact caught up with Sam to discuss how he’s celebrating his new role and what he is excited for going forward. What are you most looking forward to in your role? Seeing as this is a completely...
  • Winner Announced: Community Officer – Sofia Thomas

    Sofia Thomas has been elected as your new Community Officer for 2020/21. Impact caught up with Sofia to discuss how she’s celebrating her new role and what she is excited for going forward. What are you most looking forward to in your role?  I’m really looking forward to making...
  • Meet the Candidates: BME Officer – Hera Aryubi

    Hera Aryubi is running to be UoN’s Students’ Union BME Officer for the 2020/21 academic year. Impact caught up with Hera to ask her a few questions. Why do you want to be the BME Officer? What are your motivations? Being able to pursue my educational ambitions in the...
  • Meet the Candidates: BME Officer – Jared Spencer

    Jared Spencer is running to be UoN’s Students’ Union BME Officer for the 2020/21 academic year. Impact caught up with Jared to ask him a few questions. Why do you want to be the BME Officer? What are your motivations? This past year I had the privileged of working...
  • Meet the Candidates: BME Officer – Jere Foote

    Jere Foote is running to be UoN’s Students’ Union BME Officer for the 2020/21 academic year. Impact caught up with Jere to ask her a few questions. Why do you want to be the BME Officer? What are your motivations? When nominating myself for the role of BME Officer...
  • Tampon Tax Finally Scrapped

    On Wednesday 11th March, Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak revealed the scrapping of the ‘tampon tax’ in The 2020 Budget.  This means the Chancellor has scrapped the five percent VAT on all sanitary products. Currently, the levy means that tampons, sanitary pads, and menstrual cups are viewed as luxury items...
  • Zero Waste at Portland Zero

    Much like the sun on the morning of Monday 2nd March, faces within the crowd beamed as they awaited the opening of ‘Portland Zero’, a zero waste shop in the University of Nottingham’s Students’ Union Building. Such an unveiling kicks of the sustainability week here at the University, the...