• Women of History: Julie d’Aubigny

    With International Women’s Day just around the corner, Issy and Phoebe discuss one of history’s hidden female figures, the daring wild and talented Julie d’Aubigny. With burning convents, daggers and a bi icon, Julie is not a figure to be forgotten.  Isabelle Raikes and Phoebe Raine Featured image courtesy...
  • International Women’s Day 2020

    In the run up to International Women’s Day, Impact's Lauren outlines the history of the occasion, the celebrations taking place at the University of Nottingham and the global initiatives championing social change for women. ...
  • International Women’s Day: Nottingham’s Women of Science

    It’s International Women’s Day! In celebration of this, the science sector of the magazine wanted to show you  some of the incredible women across the University of Nottingham’s campuses who study Science. We figured you would rather hear it from their own mouths than ours, so here are just...
  • Pink IPA and the commodification of activism

    On International Women’s Day, Scottish brewer BrewDog launched Pink IPA, a beer targeted towards raising debates on sexist marketing and the gender pay gap. The beer, which bears a pink label, is the same as the popular blue-labelled Punk IPA, but it will retail at a 20% lower price...
  • Women in Music @ Rescue Rooms

    The Women In Music event demonstrated how far we have progressed in tackling gender inequality within the industry, but highlights that we still have a long way to go. Having just heard through the Twitter grapevine about the sad demise of NME’s print edition on my journey to Rescue...
  • Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story – An International Women’s Day Event

    Broadway Cinema celebrates International Women’s Day today (8th March) with a broadcast of the Hedy Lamarr documentary Bombshell. The award-winning film, focusing around the 1940s Hollywood starlet, will be shown at the indie cinema at 6:30pm (on the dot, according to the website), and will be followed with a...
  • International Women’s Day at the University of Nottingham

    March the 8th marks the annual International Women’s Day that recognizes social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The theme of this year’s campaign is #PressforProgress. In the Student Hub of Portland Building, the Women’s Network at the University of Nottingham (UoN) organized a crafts corner, refreshments and...