• On Poets Against Racism With Manjit Sahota

    Fatima Bobboyi Manjit Sahota is a poet and the co-founder of Poets Against Racism. In this interview, Fatima talks to Manjit about the inspiration and mission of Poets Against Racism, his recent climate change performance and some of his work. My interview with Mr Sahota didn’t quite go as...
  • Kindle vs Paperback: Which Is better?

    Daria Paterek and Milena Lapinska This month, writers explored the power of storytelling, particularly when it comes to books. Writers delved into the novel vs film discourse, as well as comparing the film to book adaptations. In this debate, Milena and Daria dispute whether books are best consumed through Kindle or...
  • The Artistic Mind: Interview With ARTSOC

    Fatima Bobboyi and Gemma Cockrell The first thing that intrigued me about Gemma Cockrell was that she’s a Psychology student and, between being the Music Editor at Impact Magazine and the Publicity Secretary of ARTSOC, I found that really fascinating. In this interview, Fatima encourages Gemma to explore her...
  • Arts feature: A Quite Enormous Poetry event

    Jesse gives her thoughts on the bewitching and awe-inspiring evening of poetry at Nottingham Playhouse for their 'A Quite Enormous Poetry Event'....
  • A year in poetry: Nottingham Poetry Exchange

    Lauren looks back at Nottingham Poetry Exchange’s range of poetry readings and writing opportunities for students during the academic year. Nottingham Poetry Exchange is a programme of poetry seminars, workshops and readings held across campus and in the city during each academic year. This year has seen Nottingham Poetry...
  • Arts Features: Gaming Studies – UoN’s Newest Subject (We Wish!)

    When the idea was put to me to write an article about the idea of Gaming Studies – or studying video or computer games as a subject, I was a little dubious. What are the values of games? Surely they’re what people play in their bedrooms, furtively attempting to...
  • New year, new you, new room!

    It’s a new semester, you’ve moved back into your room and fancy a change. Your endless Instagram scrolling sessions and multiple Pinterest boards have made you believe you’re the next best interior designer so it’s very easy to get carried away and let the bills rack up when decorating...