• ‘It’s Rude Not To Stare’: Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games

    Lauren Bryant Just a few weeks after the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, with the buzz of the Games still very much alive, the Paralympics are officially underway. Over 12 days, around 4,400 athletes will compete across 22 sports, with more than 530 medals up for grabs. The excitement is, however,...
  • The Future Of E-Travel With The CEO Of Beryl

    Impact's Morenike Tomori interviewed Phillip Ellis, the CEO and co-founder of the micro-mobility company, Beryl which operates bike-share, e-scooter and e-bike schemes around the UK....
  • ‘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...
  • When Did Team GB Get Good At The Olympics?

    This week the Tokyo 2020 Olympics would have been in full swing and we would have been enjoying the feats of athletic heroism and pure emotion the Olympic Games draw out of us. Before the turn of the millennium, a British athlete being crowned champion was a fairly rare...
  • Positive Impact: Three societies to join this year

    One way of enhancing the CV, meeting like-minded people and generally increasing your productivity is to become part of a society. Here, I have selected just three of the many societies that provide wonderful opportunities and environments to help you thrive during your time at university.  UoN CC The...
  • Home Run: Cambridge

    “Where are you from?” “Cambridge” I lie, when anyone from outside of East Anglia asks me. Technically, I grew up in a tiny village north of the city, but Cambridge is still ‘home’. Cambridge is a little urban hotspot for creativity, science, culture and history in the East Anglian countryside...
  • Cycling: a sport and a lifestyle that’s accessible for all

    As we leave the saddle (or sofa) at the end of the Tour De France: basking in that rare sense of national pride from witnessing another British triumph in both Chris Froome and newbie Simon Yates’ Yellow and White jersey wins, there’s not really been a better time for...