• Location, Location, Location – choosing where to live in second year

    So, it’s the depths of November, the weather is deteriorating, and you’re starting to panic about looming coursework. Through the despair, someone at other end of the dining table whispers about moving out of Halls and into your first student house. “Have you found your house for second year...
  • The ultimate student housing guide

    As students, many of us might feel a tad out of our depth when it comes to things like owning or renting a property. For the majority, this will be the first time ever doing anything of the sort, making it crucial to do some research before making that...
  • How To Make Friends During Freshers’

    To all you Freshers out there, you may start to sweat at the mere mention of the dreaded act of socialisation.  In order to help you through this awkward, angst inducing stage of life – I thought I would share my own experiences with making friends in first year...
  • Film Sans Frontiers: Lending a Helping Hand

    At a time when borders are becoming increasingly more talked about than unison, The Nottingham Alternative Film Network put together an evening dedicated to the understanding and celebration of immigration. On March the 19th, at The White Lion Bar and Kitchen pub in Beeston, the Nottingham Alternative Network put...
  • Thrifting: A Guide to Charity Shops around Nottingham

    It’s a known fact of university life that keeping your wardrobe fresh can be a bit hard on the ol’ purse-strings. One excellent source of clothes that are both cheap and of good quality, but doesn’t seem to be taken advantage of, are charity shops! I am a serial...
  • IMPACT EXCLUSIVE: An Interview with Jeremy Corbyn

    Jeremy Corbyn, Leader of the Labour Party, has spoken exclusively to Impact during an event in Beeston.  Jeremy Corbyn was in Nottingham on Thursday 3rd November to attend a number of East Midlands Labour events, as well as to interact with locals and members of his party. ‘Rally with Jeremy...
  • What’s Up With Miliband?

    A year and a half ago, Ed Miliband was a household name, and the ‘Milibabes’ were in full swing; sharing photos of the then-Labour leader struggling to eat sandwiches on social media, flocking out in their dozens to take selfies with the great man, and stirring up a whole...