• UCU Fury As Government Ignored SAGE Advice About Online Learning

    The UCU have recently claimed that spikes in university hotspots could have been avoided if the government had better prioritised students' health and wellbeing....
  • Round Up Of US Presidential Race As Electorate Head To Polls Soon

    It was over a year and a half ago that Joe Biden, the former Vice-President and Senator, announced his candidacy for President. The long and gruelling race between the Democrat and Donald Trump has been unique in many ways, from their clashes over racism to allegations of potential election...
  • “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...
  • Banksy Confirms Nottingham Wall Art

    Aidan Hall This morning, graffiti artist Banksy has confirmed a piece of art that appeared on Rothesay Avenue, Nottingham was created by him. Posting on his Instagram, Banksy confirmed that the painting showing a young girl hula-hooping with a bike tire was a work of his.  The art appeared...
  • Trump Rejects Online Debate Proposal

    Lauren McGaun President Trump has rejected proposals for the second presidential debate between himself and Joe Biden to move online, just hours after the decision was taken by the Commission on Presidential Debates. The Presidential hopeful has described the proposed online event as a waste of time, stating “that’s...
  • Student Fined £10,000 For Hosting Lenton House Party

    Nottinghamshire Police have issued a huge £10,000 fine to a student who organised a party in Lenton on the night of Friday  11th September....
  • Notts Goose Fair Cancelled At Detriment To Local Economy

    Lauren McGaun Last week, the Showmen’s Guild and Nottingham City Council announced the cancellation of the 729th annual Goose fair. The popular fairground attraction, which was scheduled to take place between Wednesday 30th September and Sunday 4th October, was cancelled due to the risk of coronavirus transmission – unavoidable...