• Keeping Your Head Up: Self Care Advice For Freshers

    Izzy Rodney As someone who is now entering their final year of university, I can honestly tell you that university has had its ups and downs, but overall my past two years have been great. This piece won’t sugar coat the truth surrounding pre-university nerves but instead will be...
  • Introducing Impact: Features

    As part of Welcome Week 2022, Impact would like to introduce our magazine to newcomers. This series will introduce our 8 main sections giving you an idea of what we do, who we are and how to get involved!

    Impact is the University of Nottingham’s official student magazine. We are...
  • Introducing Impact: News

    As part of Welcome Week 2022, Impact would like to introduce our magazine to newcomers. This series will introduce our 8 main sections giving you an idea of what we do, who we are and how to get involved!...
  • Societies for Film-Loving Freshers

    Tylah Mofford Do you love film and TV? Do you love watching films? What about making films? Have you considered writing about films? If any of this appeals to you, then you’re in the right place. With Freshers’ week upon us, it seems apt to showcase the University of...
  • Multiplayer Madness: The Best Games To Play With Your Freshers’ Friends

    Gemma Cockrell Many of you reading this will be starting university this week, and what better way to bond with your new university flatmates than through gaming? Gemma Cockrell provides some recommendations for free (or relatively cheap) games to play with your flatmates. Among Us Among Us is the...
  • Gaming on a Student Budget

    Jack Richardson With everyone spending more time inside, interest in videogames has soared. But how do you sustain such a notoriously expensive hobby on a student budget? The most basic advice is to buy games you’ll get hours of content from (Red Dead Redemption 2, The Witcher 3, Minecraft...
  • Advice From A Graduate- Starting University

    “It’ll be fine”. Ask any of my friends and this has become a sort of catch phrase of mine. My ‘go-to’ answer for pretty much any situation. Running late for the train? It’ll be fine. Still got 2,000 words of your essay to write? It’ll be fine....