• UoN students’ Year Abroad Cut Short Due to Coronavirus

    Some University of Nottingham students studying abroad have been advised by their heads of school to cut their programme short and return home early as coronavirus cases soar. ...
  • Tampon Tax Finally Scrapped

    On Wednesday 11th March, Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak revealed the scrapping of the ‘tampon tax’ in The 2020 Budget.  This means the Chancellor has scrapped the five percent VAT on all sanitary products. Currently, the levy means that tampons, sanitary pads, and menstrual cups are viewed as luxury items...
  • University of Nottingham Declares a Climate Emergency

    Following the University of Nottingham's recent declaration of a climate emergency, May explores the ongoing commitments of the institution to sustainability and carbon neutrality....
  • Student Thoughts on Strike Action

    Ellie dissects the results of Impact's recent anonymous survey on student opinion following the second wave of University and College Union (UCU) strikes....
  • 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...
  • Extraordinary Scrutiny Panel: SU President

    On the 5th of March 2020 an Extraordinary Scrutiny Panel was called for the University of Nottingham Students’ Union President, James Pheasey. In general, the purpose of a scrutiny panel is to provide a way to hold SU officers accountable for their actions. Thursday’s scrutiny panel came as a...
  • Labour Ballots Drop

    With the Labour Leadership contest edging ever closer towards its April 4th conclusion, Alice offers a comprehensive insight into the candidates, odds and a post-Corbyn Labour party....