• Mexico’s Second Epidemic – Femicide

    Whilst social, political and economic discourses across the globe have, for the past year, been dominated by discussions of coronavirus, other vital topics have resultantly been overlooked. Latin America has suffered from high femicide levels since the 1990s, but in recent years, these have become unprecedented with femicide rates...
  • This Notts Student Is Attempting To Break A World Record For The Hospital Saving His Sister

    Aidan Hall Second-year University of Nottingham Physics and Astronomy student, Sam Gladding, will, on the 18th of June, attempt to break a world record in pursuit of donations to support the hospital in New Zealand currently treating his sister for Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia. Sam, 20, will attempt to break...
  • Lockdown Easing Delayed Until 19th July

    In today's press briefing, Boris Johnson confirmed that the easing of Covid restrictions will be delayed for another four weeks. ...
  • Roxy Ball Room Opens In Cornerhouse

    Renowned for its boozy gaming, paired with great food and music, the Roxy chain is slowly taking over cities across the UK, with its newest location being a second Nottingham venue in the Cornerhouse, found on Burton Street in the city centre. A press event was held ahead of...
  • Local Director Opens New Beeston Cinema

    The new Arc Cinema in Beeston has officially opened its doors to the public today (Friday 28th May). A launch event to celebrate the opening of the new cinema was held with members of the local council, local MP Darren Henry, and other invited guests in attendance....
  • Mental Health Campaign Launched by UoN Experts

    With what has been a year of zoom lectures and socially distanced events, it’s no wonder young people’s mental health has suffered. A recent campaign conducted at the University of Nottingham has uncovered loneliness and perfectionism as the two most prominent issues currently facing young people. Social media content...
  • Border chaos in Spanish enclave as authorities struggle to manage influx of migrants

    Arun Jain In recent days there has been a huge surge in the number of migrants attempting to enter the tiny Spanish enclave Ceuta, located at the Northern most tip of Morocco. A remnant of Spain’s colonial past, the semi-autonomous city has become the latest flashpoint in the EU’s...