• Ben Hinshaw: Exactly What You Mean Interview

    Impact's Art's Editor, Fatima, interviewed Ben Hinshaw, a University of Nottingham alumnus, about his debut novel Exactly What You Mean which was published back in March 2022. From divulging her thoughts about the novel to discussing Hinshaw's own experience at University, Fatima shares their chat....
  • 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...