• Pay To Play: The Extortionate Hidden Costs Of UoN Sport

    Kit Sinclair For many, sport and university go hand in hand. The famous Wednesday afternoon fixtures are a true staple of the British university experience. But does everyone have the same access to sport at university? Or are financial barriers seriously restricting who can play? Kit Sinclair assesses the...
  • Nathan Evans On Sea Shanties, Viral Stardom, And Delivering Mail

    In the space of just a few weeks, Scottish postie Nathan Evans has quit his Royal Mail job and signed to Polydor records after storming TikTok with covers of centuries-old sea shanties. In the midst of the viral whirlwind, Kit Sinclair caught up with the internet’s newest sensation. ...
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    A Year Of Music – December

    As we leave 2020 behind, Impact has come together to share our reviews of the big albums that were released that year. In this article, we look at albums that were released in December....
  • “Vice-Chancellors Are Wrong To Continue With In-Person Teaching,” Says Independent SAGE Expert.

    Kit Sinclair and Aidan Hall As the University of Nottingham’s rampant increases in daily COVID-19 cases looked as though they were slowing, Impact’s News team were invited to attend Independent SAGE’s weekly online briefing where they were told by an expert on the panel that “Vice-Chancellors are wrong to...
  • Nottingham University Halls In Chaos After Multiple COVID-19 Outbreaks

    Several University of Nottingham halls of accommodation have been plunged into chaos after reported COVID-19 outbreaks, leaving many students uninformed, without food and unable to leave their rooms.  ...
  • Nottinghamshire Pride 2020 Goes Online For The First Time

    This Saturday, for the first time in history, the annual Nottingham Pride celebrations will be happening entirely online. Organisers have had to adapt this year’s festivities to observe ongoing restrictions on public gatherings, developing a totally digital celebration of the local LGBT+ community....
  • Open Letter from UoN Students Prompts Further Action

    An open letter from the BME Students’ Officers and seven student societies representing black students at the University of Nottingham has prompted a more detailed response from the Vice-Chancellor and Pro-Vice-Chancellor, regarding the death of George Floyd and the University’s stance on the Black Lives Matter movement. The first...