• Tory Sleaze Allegations Dominate Number 10

    Like a game of pinball, it seems the Prime Minister has bounced from scandal to scandal in the last few weeks. It is not just hard for him to keep up with it but also everyone else. No fear, here is a somewhat definitive list of the scandals Mr...
  • Crowds Gather For ‘Kill The Bill’ Protest

    Hundreds gathered on Forest Recreational Ground yesterday evening to express their concerns with the Policing Bill that is currently being proposed in Parliament, and criticise male violence against women. After several weeks of heavy-handed policing at protests across the country, there was some concerns as to whether the demonstration...
  • Solidarity At Nottingham’s Sarah Everard Vigil

    Women* gathered in front of the Brian Clough Statue at 6pm on the 13th March to mourn the death of Sarah Everard and other women who have died at the hands of male violence....
  • Image of Nottingham Canal and a bike

    All The Places You Can Travel Along The Nottingham Towpath

    Alice Nott Nottingham is a city on a hill, which often makes the prospect of walking or, if you dare, cycling anywhere look wholly unappealing. However, there is a secret to getting around this city, that doesn’t offer such a steep challenge: towpaths! Towpaths are almost completely flat by...
  • Blue plaque on a wall. The plaque reads: English Heritage. Ada Countess of Lovelace. 1815-182. Pioneer of Computing lived here.

    Ada Lovelace: The First Computer Programmer

    Alice Nott Ada Lovelace was a mathematician in a time when women could not even attend university. Despite her lack of formal qualifications, her work would go on to create the foundation for the technology that our modern world is based upon. Ada Lovelace was born in 1815 as...
  • Re-Introduction Of Safety Net And Grace Period

    Alice Nott After a tumultuous first term, the University has re-introduced safety net policies and a grace period for assessments during the pandemic. This comes after a term of student pressure, but what is the detail of the measures being introduced? The Grace Period gives students an extra five...
  • Food Insecurity: A Stain On British Society

    Earlier this month, UNICEF announced that they'll be providing food to children in Britain for the first time in 70 years. Impact's food editor, Alice Nott, investigates the prevalence of food poverty in the UK which has been exacerbated by COVID-19. ...