• 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...
  • Six things university has taught me outside of my degree

    University is a time of personal growth, learning and preparation for the world of work. But after a year and a half of being here, I’ve found that I have gained many more valuable lessons from general student life than from my degree itself. From cooking and cleaning skills...
  • Take it from a Londoner, Corbyn is right about de-centralisation

    Last week, Jeremy Corbyn, speaking at the EEF Manufacturers’ Organisation, announced that he would curb London’s power if he ever became Prime Minister. This shouldn’t come as a shock. A “fundamental shift” in the country’s economic policy has always been one of Corbyn’s most appealing promises, but a move...
  • University of Nottingham raised over £27,000 for Charity Week

    For Charity Week, the University of Nottingham (UoN) was able to raise over £27,000. Thus, holding the trophy for the most money raised by an institution in the Midlands. Charity Week is an annual volunteer-led campaign that is held in the last week of October where over 200 institutions...
  • Five things you should know about living in Nottingham if you’re a Southerner

    The North/South divide is something that will forever spark debate amongst students, and the recent online north-o-meter test will only widen the divide and increase confusion (pie barm anyone?!). I’m a Londoner, and scored a whopping 0% on the test (I live in the English Channel apparently), so I...