• What to Eat to Beat Freshers Flu

    Natasha breaks down the benefits of six ingredients which can help you beat freshers flu ASAP. ...
  • Riding High or Plummeting Quickly: Have Theme Parks Had Their Day?

    Theme parks have long been an option for a day of family entertainment. The 1950s saw the first proper amusement parks open their doors to the public, including the world-famous Disneyland. Rides often included carousels, Ferris wheels and of course the adrenaline seekers dream: the roller coaster. Since then...
  • One in Fifty-Seven Trillion – What is What3Words?

    ///Invite.Light.Supporter These are not just three random words that I drew out of my sub-conscious. Rather, these words tell you precisely where my favourite bench on campus is. At this time of year, the autumnal colours are coming through, making it a wonderful place to unwind after a morning of...
  • How to avoid being absintheminded when drinking

    So, alcohol. Despite the amount we consume, we pretend to our parents that we have never even seen a bottle of alcohol in our first few weeks of university, and profess to them our hatred of vodka, one of the vilest liquids known to man, alcohol plays an important...
  • Getting the London Experience in Nottingham

    Whether you are a returning student or a fresher looking to explore your new home and city, let this article serve as your guide to making the most out of your time in Nottingham. “While these big galleries may contain a Monet or two they are often full of...
  • 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...
  • Climate Strike Takes Nottingham

    Greta Thunberg, notorious Climate activist, inspired the ‘Fridays for Future’ movement calling for schoolchildren to strike in aid of Climate change. The Fridays For Future movement asks the question “Why spend a lot of effort to become educated when our governments are not listening to the educated?” The request...