• Wheels Galore! Adaptive Cars, Wheelchairs, And A Vibrant Daily Life With Cerebral Palsy

    This article is brought to you by Iain M MacLeod My name is Iain and I live in the Northeast of Scotland.  I was born in Stornoway at Lewis Hospital in 1963, and in 1966, when I was three and a half years old, I contracted Cerebral Palsy (CP)...
  • An Interview With Harriet Frosh, Author Of ‘Space Taxis’

    Jerome Gerada Harriet Frosh is a current University of Nottingham English student and literary critic who has, more recently, become a published author. Her first novel, Space Taxis, co-written with her father, Adam Frosh, is a science-fiction fantasy tale that traverses different worlds, making for an all-round out-of-this-world reading...
  • Interview: Robert Harris talks Munich, student media and Nottingham

    Having the opportunity to interview your favourite author is what I believe student media is all about. A couple of weeks ago, that came to fruition, as I spoke to Robert Harris, about his new book, Munich, historical fiction, student media and Nottingham. Firstly, your new book, Munich, was...
  • J.K Rowling wins PEN Free-Speech award

    Tuesday 26th January 2016 saw J.K. Rowling awarded the PEN award of Free-Speech, which is given each year to an author that embodies the American organisation’s ideology of a free and just world. Particularly honoured for her charities Volant and Lumos, J.K. Rowling has aided institutionalized children, poverty and...