• A Dummies Guide To… How Too Much Sun Can Lead to Skin Cancer, and How to Prevent It.

    When summer comes around many cannot wait to bask in the sun and get a tan, yet few know why their skin tans and the dangers that accompany doing so. When your skin tans, it is the body’s natural defence mechanism’s way to attempt to protect your body from...
  • Preview: DNA

    Showing Tuesday 14th May – Saturday 18th May at 7:30pm and Wednesday 15th and Saturday 18th May 2pm, DNA at (the very plush) Lakeside Arts is a great break from the world in a reflection of morality in the face of tragedy that started out as just “banter”. Adam...
  • Interview with Andrea Gibson – ‘Lord of the Butterflies’ Tour

    I first came across Andrea Gibson’s work on Spotify, after listening to their album Hey Galaxy! An amalgamation of beautiful spoken word poetry put to music. Each piece felt like a snippet of someone’s rawest moments, collated to create a patchwork of love, loss, identity and family. A lot...
  • Sounds Against Slavery Interview – Kwoli Black

    Sounds Against Slavery is a charity concert organised by the Rights Lab, the first large-scale modern day slavery research team, and the Anti-Slavery Society here at the University of Nottingham. Slavery is still a modern day problem, and the Rights Lab are determined to investigate the issue and why...
  • Sounds Against Slavery Interview – Josh Beale

    Slavery is still an issue in today’s society. Although the face of slavery has changed, more covert cases of slavery are being discovered each day. The University of Nottingham Rights Lab, the first large-scale modern day slavery research team, are committed to investigating slavery, asking questions such as ‘what...
  • Big summer signings but slow Progress – Forest’s start to the season

    After a very successful transfer window, bringing in fourteen new additions, Nottingham Forest have begun their season with a mixture of results under the leadership of Aitor Karanka. After a quarter of a season, despite losing 2-1 at home to Norwich on Saturday, they now sit 8th in the...
  • Travel Tips for Adventures Abroad

    It’s that time of year again. Uni is out, holidays are definitely very much in. After a lovely month of work experience and with two trips to Malta and Copenhagen in the bag, I’m definitely overdue starting an important task. No, not my MA dissertation (help!), but ensuring you...