• Lenton versus Beeston: The Battle of the Postcodes

    “Where are you living next year?” is the age-old first and second-year conversation starter. Even third years enjoy the postcode debate, for they have perfected their argument during their time at UoN. Today, Megan Mahoney will unpack the Lenton v Beeston rivalry, and a winner will triumph. ...
  • Residents And Students Look To Management In Increasingly Hostile Student-Resident Relations

    Impact Investigations Team It is no secret that, across the country, students and residents have a tenuous relationship, particularly during this last academic year. But why and to what extent have relations deteriorated? Impact’s investigation team explores the growing antagonism in Lenton, surveying both residents and students to ask...
  • Photo of a picnic on a picnic blanket

    The Best Places To Picnic In Notts

    Rebecca Herman As of the 29th of March, six people or two households can meet up for a picnic – yay! This new lease of freedom means that we can all finally catch up with our friends and family with some well-deserved treats. The new rule also allows groups...
  • Image of deer at Wollaton Park

    Walking A Marathon According To TikTok: Nottingham Edition

    Victoria Hornagold It’s July 2020. The UK has been in lockdown for four months. We’ve drunk more bottles of wine than we care to admit and never want to see a home HIIT workout again. We’ve even cut ourselves a dodgy fringe and dyed our hair pink (that’s a...
  • Rothesay Avenue’s Banksy Has Been Sold On

    Gemma Cockrell Banksy first confirmed that the street art on Rothesay Avenue in Lenton, which depicts a girl hula-hooping with a bicycle tyre, was his own via Instagram on October 17th 2020. However, fast forward exactly four months later, it has been announced that the painting has been sold...
  • Student’s Disappointed As Lenton Hopper Bus Service Suspended

    Aidan Hall Nottingham Students have been left disappointed after the abrupt discontinuation of the extended hopper bus service through Lenton. The new 903 service no longer travelled through Jubilee campus and instead travelled along Derby Road stopping at Faraday Road, Savoy Cinema, Canning Circus, as well as Wollaton Street....
  • An Interview With Savoy Cinema: How Is Lenton’s Local Cinema Coping With The Pandemic?

    Emily Fletcher In light of the announcement of many of the UK’s largest cinema chains temporarily closing, we decided to check in on Nottingham’s local Savoy Cinema. The venue has sat in the heart of Lenton for 85 years and is known as the only surviving pre-Second World War...