• Dot To Dot Festival 2019

    Dot To Dot Festival landed in Nottingham on Sunday 26th May for the last leg of the festival, having been to Manchester and Bristol for the May Bank Holiday. Since I reviewed the festival last year and was blown away, I had high expectations for the day ahead, and...
  • Varsity Rugby Union Preview

    It’s the one you’ve all been waiting for…The University of Nottingham men’s and women’s 1st XV meet bitter rivals Nottingham Trent on Sunday March 31st at Lady Bay Stadium, West Bridgford. Make sure to be there! After a stellar season, UoN finished third in the BUCS Rugby Union North A...
  • The Monthly BUCS Round-Up

    As the academic year gets into full swing, so does a new season of BUCS sport. UoN have increased their reputation as a sporting university in recent years, finishing fourth in the BUCS standings for the past three years and winning the title of Sports University of the Year...
  • Can the University of Nottingham repeat last season’s success in American Football?

    The NFL is often associated with smashing tackles, incredible throws and athletic players, but the actual understanding of the rules and tactics is often missed. It is a rapidly growing sport universally, and it is about time that we profiled the success and the hard work of our current and...
  • Graduate Reflections

    University has been deemed a core step in bridging adulthood and by no means is this an exaggeration. The simplest way to describe it? The most extreme way to experience a broad spectrum of different things which inevitably prepare you to cope with whatever comes your way. Let’s face...
  • UoN repeat their domination over NTU in the Varsity Squash

    The University of Nottingham battled out a hard fought 5-0 win over Nottingham Trent in the Varsity Squash. After a success ridden season by UoN’s squash teams, with the women’s first team being crowned national champions and the men’s team coming runners up, the tie always looked like it...
  • NTU outclass UoN in landslide win at Kings Meadow

    The main event of the evening, a president versus president bout pitting UoN’s Rajan Samra against Trent’s Alex Davison, was emblematic of NTU’s 7-1 win in the Varsity Thai Boxing event. Samra put everything he could into the contest and never took a step back, but was simply outmatched...