• Sit down and chat: the benefits of roundtable discussion

    We’ve all done it. Sat down and got lost in conversation for hours, enjoying the company of others, enjoying a good debate, or in a good moan at the world in general. It is fun, but roundtable discussion is beneficial in more ways than you’d think. In case you...
  • Brexit: The Perspective of a Student Studying in America

    Studying in America whilst the UK government has been imploding over Brexit has been a particularly unnerving experience. The confusion and despair many Brits are currently feeling, since Theresa May’s Brexit deal was declined by Parliament, has been amplified by the distance between the US and the UK. The...
  • #ShameOnYouWarwick

    Breaking – Warwick university has confirmed that students banned over rape threats will stay banned To understand the #ShameOnYouWarwick scandal from start to what will hopefully mark the beginning of the end, Impact takes a look at the group chat scandal of last year and the repercussions and effects...
  • One Heritage: Providing awareness of both the history and current realities of being of African heritage

    Within the university community diversity and inclusion is something that we continuously strive for. One Heritage is a student-led society and organisation currently best known for their event ‘The Space’, which is a discussion/debate held on campus, regarding issues of concern/interest in the African and Caribbean community. Along with...
  • Breaking Stereotypes: Millennials and Generation Z

    On thinking about our futures, we as university students have it hard and possibly harder now than ever before. My time at University is drawing to a close as I begin the second term of my final year at Nottingham and I cannot help but feel as though I...
  • Emancipation and Entrapment: My Experience of the Dual Effects of Marijuana

    In one of his legendary set pieces, cult figure and comic icon Bill Hicks famously announced that he thought marijuana should not just be legalised, it should be mandatory. Though he may only have been trying to tickle the ribs of his Saturday night crowds, his innocent image of...
  • Publishing: The Online Libraries of the Subscription Super-Highway

    You might think with the amount of media choice out there these days that the past-time of reading is dying, and the publishing industry is slumped to its knees, drowning in a puddle of ink-stained tears and begging for mercy. Well – think again. In the US alone, publishing...