• ‘Off the Wall’ – The Art Exhibition Coming to Lakeside Arts

    Have exam results got you down? Is dissertation stress wearing you thin? Are you in need of something more stimulating than Love Island to keep you going? Then pop on down to Lakeside Arts for something that will excite the imagination, immerse you as an audience member, and give...
  • Celebration @ NNT

    The Nottingham New Theatre’s production of Harold Pinter’s Celebration played last week. The play follows three couples across two tables in an eastend restaurant. We get to be a fly on the wall, watching the truth about their scandalous lives unfold. NNT have taken on the challenge of Pinter’s last...
  • 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...
  • Democratic Review 19/20: Interview with Cassie Ulrich

    Cassie Ulrich is the Education Officer at the University of Nottingham. This role involves co-leading the Education Network and the more than 700 students that represent students’ academic experience to the Schools, Faculties and University.  In your words, what exactly is the Democratic Review 19/20? The Democratic Review is an...
  • Democratic Review 19/20: Interview with Jacob Collier

    Jacob Collier is the Community Officer at the University of Nottingham’s Students’ Union. His role involves fighting for students on a range of issues – from housing and transport to safety in our community. Jacob works with the Council, police and community groups to make sure that students’ voices...
  • Democratic Review 19/20: Interview with James Pheasey

    James Pheasey is the current President of the Students’ Union at the University of Nottingham. James’ aim for the year was democratic reform and development of the Students’ Union. This involved looking at the current structures and seeing how well they fulfil the purpose of the Union. Whilst also looking at how...
  • Democratic Review 19/20: Interview with Lee Taylor

    Lee Taylor is the Environmental and Social Justice Officer at the University of Nottingham’s Students’ Union. This role encourages the SU to make a bigger impact into environmental and societal issues, both in the student community and further afield. For example, strengthening and reforming the ESJ Network, expanding Sustainability Week...