• ‘Rejuvenate’ – March Creative Showcase

    Georgia Hamblett As lockdown lifts and daffodils start to pop their heads up around campus, we decided that the theme for this month’s showcase would be ‘rejuvenate’. Here is what Georgia came up with! Rejuvenated I had been in there ages. Cramped and cooped up without so much as...
  • ‘Bleak’ – February Creative Showcase

    Georgia Hamblett In the midst of the cold season, with snow on the ground and rainy days, Georgia Hamblett reflected on the word ‘bleak’ for our February Creative Showcase. BLEAK She enjoyed cycling. The majority of the time, at least. Sometimes she went out and hated it; she hated...
  • ‘Solutions’ – January Creative Showcase

    Matthew Bird, Maddie Craig, Sarah MacAllan & Emily Riley It’s a new year, which has unfortunately brought with it a new lockdown. However, at Impact, we are trying to stay positive! This is why, for this month’s Creative Showcase, the Arts and Science sections have decided to collaborate to...
  • ‘Obscure’ – November Creative Showcase

    Maddie Craig, Georgia Hamblett, Sarah MacAllan, Cora-Laine Moynihan & Alex Tyndall With the winter months closing in and the temperature getting colder, our contributors reflected on the word ‘obscure’ for our November Creative Showcase. OBSCURE My thoughts are written in white, My mind is like a Rubik’s Cube refusing...
  • ‘Beginnings’ – September Creative Showcase

    In light of the new term and fresh starts for everyone, we gave our contributors the theme of ‘beginnings’ for this month’s creative showcase. Here is the writing and artwork that they came up with! Beginning Again John Locke said personal identity was defined by  consciousness and memory.  ...
  • Creative Corner Showcase: Awakening

    As spring draws closer, Impact’s poets explore the theme of awakening, whether new beginnings or awakening to the reality of an ending... ...
  • Creative Corner Showcase: ‘Reflections’

    At the start of a new decade, it’s easy to set lots of resolutions and look ahead. But this month our poets turn to their reflections for inspiration in Emily Hall’s aptly-named ’20-20 vision’ and Lauren Winson’s poems on the power of memory.  20-20 vision My 20-20 vision is...