• Self-care in Self Isolation

    Now that the government has announced a three week lockdown at least for non-key workers and the University of Nottingham has moved to online classes, students are left wondering what to do with this added time whilst isolating at home to minimise the effects of COVID-19. Although our studies...
  • The Ups and Downs of Supermarket Rationing

    For many people, hearing about the rapid spread of the coronavirus understandably resulted in panic buying and stockpiling. However, this resulted in many empty shelves in the supermarkets and a complete wipe out of soap, hand sanitiser and toilet roll. As the panic continues, more items have started disappearing...
  • How the Tables Have Turned

    Having been on the receiving end of endless lectures and rants from our nagging parents for the majority of our lives, us millennials have become accustomed to the verbal repercussions of not doing that which we are told. So why is it that we now find ourselves pulling our...
  • A Call for Love in the Midst of the Coronavirus

    The tone in the air this spring is different. In lieu of the fragrance of flowers and cocktails in beer gardens, there is the scent of hand sanitiser flooding the air. There is an unprecedented multitude of people roaming the streets in masks. A single sneeze or cough on...
  • Hello, Who’s Really There?

    Almost everyone has got a story about their phone “listening” to them. These stories usually follow the framework of someone talking to their friends about something (a brand, an event or a holiday) and shortly afterwards their social media seems to advertise eerily similar products. In some cases, people...
  • Forgotten Feminists – Eleanor Roosevelt

    Isabelle and Lauren discuss first lady Eleanor Roosevelt and the incredible steps forward she took in her lifetime to ensure better equality.  Isabelle Raikes and Lauren Mcgaun Featured image courtesy of Phoebe Raine and Impact Podcasts via Canva.  Music courtesy of audionautix.com   For more podcast content, as well as uni news,...
  • ‘Appy to Have Around

    I once had a maths teacher that would proudly state to the class “You won’t have a calculator on you in the real world” as he set another mental arithmetic test....