• What is Being Done About Homelessness?

    Christmas is coming with the promise of family, feasting and plenty of warmth in cosy homes; but not for everyone. The homeless in the UK are facing more and more suffering as the years roll by, and I wanted to explore what is being done to tackle this issue,...
  • The ‘C’ Word

    As you read this, it is important to remember two things. The first being that I am incredibly cynical, and the second is that I love Christmas. I realise these two things seem to be at odds with each other but honestly the unfettered, mythical joy and ideology that...
  • Society Spotlight: Karnival

    Dounia Crivelli discusses UoN’s Karnival, one of the largest student-run charity organisations in the country. Karnival is the University of Nottingham’s student-run charity organization, one of the largest in the country, and we raise incredible amounts of money every year for amazing causes. We host many fundraising experiences and...
  • Antarctic Endeavour: Tom Warburton and his South Pole Solo Attempt

    Impact Lifestyle chatted to Tom Warburton about his record-breaking challenge to raise money for armed forces charities, Help for Heroes and Hire a Hero. Alongside his fundraising, Tom has been visiting schools and youth groups to raise awareness about the environment, and has recently been working with Glacier Rescue Project...
  • Sounds Against Slavery Interview – Kwoli Black

    Sounds Against Slavery is a charity concert organised by the Rights Lab, the first large-scale modern day slavery research team, and the Anti-Slavery Society here at the University of Nottingham. Slavery is still a modern day problem, and the Rights Lab are determined to investigate the issue and why...
  • Sounds Against Slavery Interview – Josh Beale

    Slavery is still an issue in today’s society. Although the face of slavery has changed, more covert cases of slavery are being discovered each day. The University of Nottingham Rights Lab, the first large-scale modern day slavery research team, are committed to investigating slavery, asking questions such as ‘what...
  • Project Lesedi: Interview with Tee Peters and Nebula

    Education is perhaps something that many of us take for granted in the UK, especially for the majority of university students who have been in education for most of their lives. However, many individuals across the world are not as fortunate as us, and have limited access to education...