• BREAKING NEWS: UoN Students Occupy Coates Auditorium

    A group of students, made up of members from the Left Society, Socialist Students Society, UoN Marxist Society and Labour Students, have occupied the Coates Auditorium Building this morning.   The occupation comes in the wake of ongoing strikes by the Union of Colleges and Universities (UCU) that have...
  • How Is Coronavirus Affecting Travel?

    COVID-19, the coronavirus that originated in the Hubei province of China, has been spreading rapidly around the world and nearly 30 countries have been affected by the virus. “The FCO has advised against all travel in Hubei Province” There have been more than 95,000 confirmed cases of the virus...
  • UoN’s Newest Society – An Interview With The President

    Lula Lake is a second-year student at the University of Nottingham studying Economics and French. Enthusiastic about human rights, gender equality and inclusivity on campus, Lula has set up and become president of the UN Women UK Nottingham society, inspired by and in partnership with the official UN Women...
  • 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...
  • University Mental Health Day 2020

    This year’s University Mental Health day falls on Thursday the 5th of March. 2020’s theme: random acts of kindness. It is the hope of organisers to raise awareness of the fact that doing even the smallest acts for others can help their mental health, as well as your own....
  • An Interrailing Travel Disaster

    Interrailing: the popular student getaway. Two weeks to explore Europe in the heat of summer along with the novelties of aching legs and sun burnt shoulders. In many senses a budget holiday, interrailing gives you a taste of backpacking in short space of time. However, like any holiday, it...
  • Album Review: Tame Impala, The Slow Rush

    ‘Let’s drink this magic potion of love and emotion...’ Tame Impala’s fourth LP, The Slow Rush, marks five years of anticipation for fans, since the release of Currents in 2015. Full of psychedelic synthesiser beats and dreamy electric guitar, the long awaited album does not disappoint.  Rather than resembling the psychedelic rock genre...