• 84% Support Wearing Face Masks After 19th July

    An exclusive survey from Impact Magazine, has found that 84% of our social media followers surveyed support wearing face masks in enclosed spaces to protect others, after the 19th July....
  • UoN Cheerleading – “So Much More Than Just Pom-Poms”

    Josh Collins Many people think of cheerleading as something from the realms of High School Musical – a novelty on the other side of the world. There is so much more to the sport of cheerleading, however, and I sat down with three members of the University’s cheer team...
  • Lockdown Easing Delayed Until 19th July

    In today's press briefing, Boris Johnson confirmed that the easing of Covid restrictions will be delayed for another four weeks. ...
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    Looking Back On A Year Abroad: Valencia

    Isabel Murphy Firstly, I would like to say how grateful I am to have had the opportunity to do a year abroad despite all the travel restrictions and terrible things that have happened during the past year. I feel incredibly lucky to have had this experience even though it...
  • The Decline of Among Us

    Daira Paterek Daria explores how such a small indie game blew up into a worldwide phenomenon, only to plunge back into obscurity. In 2020, Among Us was everywhere. Despite releasing in 2018, Among Us exploded in popularity in mid-2020. Yet its sudden surge in popularity was not long-term, as the game’s playerbase entered...
  • Is It Too Soon For Clubs To Open Again?

    Almost fifteen months have passed since Boris Johnson first put the United Kingdom into lockdown. That word, once alien to us, has now come to govern our lives. We never truly came out of that three-week “holiday” which felt so novel and new. Slowly, after countless lives lost, three...
  • I Am In Angst

    When will the smoke in India clear? Wreathed by smoke, a moment of reckoning may be near.  Overseas and away from extended family, our minds toil as to when things will get better. I see those running to lie at the feet of their struggling family members running through...