• Dot To Dot Festival 2019

    Dot To Dot Festival landed in Nottingham on Sunday 26th May for the last leg of the festival, having been to Manchester and Bristol for the May Bank Holiday. Since I reviewed the festival last year and was blown away, I had high expectations for the day ahead, and...
  • Let’s Talk About Loss: How Nottingham students are helping face grief

    Let’s Talk About Loss is a support organisation for young people who have experienced grief and loss, to try and overcome the barriers of talking about losing someone we love. Facing down these taboos sometimes requires a safe space, which is what Let’s Talk About Loss provides, and is...
  • Brexit could cause tuition fees to rise, and ‘universities to close’

    There are warnings that ‘universities could close and tuition fees rise unless the Government gives guarantees over Brexit’ after the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Bristol speaks out. Talking to Sky News, the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Bristol, Professor Hugh Brady, wanted the Government to give both EU students and...
  • Universities Respond to Nation Wide Abort67 Campaign

    Abort67, an anti-abortion group focusing on the use of powerful images of aborted foetuses, has been protesting recently on university campuses. This nationwide campaign is an attempt to persuade students to agree with their cause. By emphasizing the emotional connections surrounding this highly debated issue, the organisation has gained...