• The Civil Service Fast Stream: An Inside Scoop

    On the afternoon of the 30th of September, I caught up with Jack Taylor, a University of Nottingham English graduate, ex-Features Editor at Impact, and successful Civil Service Fast Stream applicant. After weighing up his post-graduate options, Jack decided to apply for the Civil Service Fast Stream at the...
  • 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...
  • A Guide to a Night Out in Nottingham

    Third year student Olivia Paton gives the low-down on how to enjoy a nights out in Notts! When arriving at the University of Nottingham, it is not only overwhelming attempting to navigate your way around the huge campus, but also the city itself. Freshers week will most likely be...
  • Society Spotlight: Karnival

    Dounia Crivelli discusses UoN’s Karnival, one of the largest student-run charity organisations in the country. Karnival is the University of Nottingham’s student-run charity organization, one of the largest in the country, and we raise incredible amounts of money every year for amazing causes. We host many fundraising experiences and...
  • Society Spotlight: CivSoc

    Sam, president of CivSoc – the society for Civil Engineers at the University of Nottingham – explains who they are for the aspiring civil engineers among you. CivSoc is here to help relieve the {force divided by area} of an engineering degree. From freshers to final years, the aim...
  • Nights Out in Notts: Burra Khana – Nottingham’s Newest Indian Restaurant

    If you’re hungry for authentic and flavoursome street food or barbeque skewers, Nottingham’s newest restaurant, Burra Khana, is the place for you. Nestled next to the Red Dog Saloon, by the Lace Market tram stop, this restaurant is re-imagining Indian food by combining the flavours found on the streets...
  • Society Spotlight: English Society

    Vice President Emily Casey explains what being a member of the English Society, is like and why you should join.  Congratulations freshers – welcome to Nottingham! But, more importantly, welcome to English Society! Why should you join? As a fresher, there are 3 main avenues to making friends: course,...