• Don’t Wobble Weak: Wobble Week

    With the dawn of Reading Week on the horizon, week five of teaching can feel all too far away from this promised recalibration, and can bring with it its own feelings of isolation and a spike in student drop-outs. This year, the Faculty of Arts are pushing against the...
  • Treetop Trampolining: Nets Kingdom Opens At Go Ape

    Sherwood Pines has long been a institution of Nottingham’s famous Sherwood Forest landscape. A combination of trees, picnic spots and meandering walks combine to make a fun and free day out…but Sherwood Pines doesn’t know what’s about to hit it! Go Ape, the treetop adventure playground we all know...
  • Meet your 2018 SU Activities Candidates

    During our Students’ Union Elections Media Day on Saturday 24th February, we chatted to the candidates who are running to be elected as your Activities Officer for the 2018-19 academic year. Take a look at what they had to say. Mike Flanagan Mike Flanagan, a fourth-year Electrical and Electronic...
  • Full list of candidates for 2018 Students’ Union Elections announced

    The final candidate list for both the full-time and part-time Officers for the 2018 Students’ Union Student Leader Elections have been released. Their manifestos can be found here. Make sure to keep an eye out on Impact as we will soon be releasing the interviews that we conducted with...
  • WINNER ANNOUNCED: ACTIVITIES OFFICER – MARTIN NGUYEN

    Martin Nguyen has been announced as the new Activities Officer.  The total number of people that voted for this position was 4,234. After 1 round of voting, Martin Nguyen was declared the winner. Martin Nguyen told Impact that he was “overwhelmed” by his win and said the highlight of his...
  • SU Elections: Meet your 2017 Activities candidate

    During our SU Elections media day on Saturday 4th March, we chatted with the candidate hoping to be your 2017-18 Activities Officer. Here’s what he had to say. Martin Nguyen Martin Nguyen is a third year Philosophy student who is running to be your Activities Officer. His main experience comes from...
  • Summer: A Countryside Perspective

    The idea of a summer in the countryside can sound daunting for some, particularly us city-dwellers. We often return from the busy hubs of student life, leisure and culture that are University Park, Lenton and Nottingham to centres arguably equally as busy and inundated with opportunities to socialise, go out...