• How to be Sporty When You’re Skint

    From a distance, David Ross Sports Village looks more like the high-tech training centre from The Hunger Games than it does a gym. Packed fill with squash and badminton courts, a massive swimming pool, snazzy fitness suites, outdoor pitches and even a sauna and steam room (!) this is...
  • Rosa’s Recommendation of the Week: Alchemilla

    Alchemilla describes itself as ‘unique, imaginative, plant-based dining’; they are not a vegan restaurant, but their menu is centred around high quality plant-based food. Alchemilla showcases British fruit and vegetables, with the addition of other non-vegan ingredients to demonstrate the full spectrum of flavours and textures that plant-based food...
  • PART 2 OF 2: Children Are Dying – The Bleak Reality of Britain’s Knifing Crisis

    The Solutions Those in power appear to have no idea what is going on. One day, prime minister Theresa May says that there is no “direct correlation” between the rise in violent crime and the staggering decrease in police numbers since 2010 (a fall of over 20,000 officers). The...
  • Behind the Scenes: Gatsby Photoshoot

    For our next print issue of Impact, we played with the theme of ‘time’ to produce a Gatsby/1920s-inspired photoshoot. This is what happened behind the scenes. The initial idea was developed by our resident Food Editor, Rosa Morgan, Head of Lifestyle, Charlotte Hegley, our Online Editor, Sophie Hunt and...
  • Nottingham’s Best Takeaways

    There’s nothing like getting a takeaway when uni gets too much or when you just want a little comfort. Here’s my top four takeaways for when I need a takeaway fix. Su’San “I’ll always defend Su’San as being the best.” Everybody has a favourite Chinese in Nottingham and I’ll...
  • Too Good To Go App

    Too Good To Go is an app that launched in Copenhagen in 2015 in with the aim of fighting food waste, but does it work? 1/3 of all food produced worldwide goes to waste, and yet 1 billion people go hungry each day, so clearly food waste and sustainability...
  • SHAG Week: What is it?

    Sexual Health Awareness & Guidance Week is a campaign run nationally by many SU’s which focuses primarily on the promotion of good sexual health practices. “young people are more likely to be diagnosed with an STI than older age groups.” Most of the students we spoke to were not...