• Lets Get Serious About Self-Harm.

    With University Mental Health day approaching, Features writer Emily Hall gets candid about Self-Harm – why we need to talk about it, and what you can do to help. The black image above is intentional, no other picture seemed right to embody this piece.   CONTENT WARNING – This...
  • 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...
  • Scouting For Girls @ Rock City

    On Thursday evening, four piece Indie pop-rock group Scouting for Girls put on a stellar show at Nottingham’s Rock City. Not many bands who formed over ten years ago (in 2005 to be precise) could generate the buzz which filled the venue from the front row, bar, balcony and...
  • Event Review: Screamfest

    Situated in Staffordshire at the National Forest Adventure Farm, Screamfest is a scare park which welcomes over 22,000 visitors every year for a night of horror and laughter in equal measure. With five scares to experience, Impact were invited to the preview night to see what all the fuss was...
  • University Education- how will it differ to your previous studies?

    Emily Hall guides readers through how studying at University is going to be different to their previous education.  We go through education step by step: preschool, infants, junior, secondary, college, sixth form, or whatever institutional setting you found yourself in. Our education was planned and mapped out for us....
  • Food Review: One Click Coffee

    One Click Coffee is a coffee subscription service, delivering high quality and unique coffee straight to your front door. Their ‘monthly box’, costing £25 a month seems a little pricey, but when you realise that is 90p per cup, it seems quite the bargain. Within the box you get 2 bags of...
  • Rock of Ages @ Theatre Royal

    On Tuesday evening, audience members at the Theatre Royal were transported back to the 1980’s as Rock of Ages, the jukebox musical directed by Nick Winston, embarked on the fourth leg of its UK tour here in Nottingham. Entering the beautiful ornate theatre, as pounding rock anthems were played,...