• Aphrodisiacs: Myth or Reality?

    Wondering whether your food choices can get you and your S/O in the mood this Valentine's Day? If so, Kayleigh's investigation into aphrodisiacs is a must-read for you!...
  • The Weirdest Easter Eggs to Try in 2019

    After Cadbury released their mayonnaise-filled Crème Eggs for April Fool’s Day, it garnered the question—what other weird Easter eggs are out there for us to try? Read on to find our top suggestions. The Chocolate Scotch Egg Unsurprisingly, this interesting take on the British favourite is from Waitrose. Even...
  • Vegan and Gluten Free Chocolate Fudge Cake Recipe

    We all know how annoying it is when you or someone you know has a dietary requirement. Some of you might also know that most store-bought gluten-free cakes have the taste and texture of cardboard. This cake contains no gluten, no dairy and can be made nut-free, so no...
  • Single On Valentine’s Day? Impact’s Got Your Back

    There are many ways to spend Valentine’s Day as a singleton, or away from your S/O, without boycotting anywhere that advertises a couple’s meal deal or sells roses. After major brainstorming, I have shortlisted a few activities that can fill your day so you do not have to suffer...
  • “You’re welcome”: A decadent white chocolate and PB cheesecake

    So here, my friends, is my recipe for a dessert that my dad made for me over the Easter. I say “my recipe” because: A) I’m writing it out and B) I forgot the actual specifics of the recipe as soon as he’d told me, and didn’t write it down....
  • Procrastibake: Brownies and Biscuits

    It’s that time in the year again, when essays are starting to roll around and seminar prep has become a repetitive cycle. Here at Impact we’re yearning for some home baked goods, and if you are too, then you’re in for a treat. Malteser Brownies Ingredients: 180g butter 200g...
  • Album Review: The 1975 – I Like It When You Sleep for You Are Beautiful Yet So Unaware of It

    Aside from the Edward Cullen-esque album title, The 1975’s second album, I Like It When You Sleep for You Are Beautiful Yet So Unaware of It, is a satisfactory follow up to their debut self titled album. Tracks ‘Somebody Else’ and ‘Please Be Naked’ keep up with the same ethereal sounds...