• Interview: Trinity Square

    Approved by Stormzy, Notts group Trinity Square, named after ‘Trinity Square’ in the heart of Nottingham, have been on an upward trajectory since releasing their last record. Huey, ZIA, YD, Baby Boy and Trizzy VS provide rap, singing, depth, pace changes and knock out hooks to confidently blend individuality with the power of...
  • SU Grants ‘NSFL’ Affiliation Overturning Council Vote

    Impact investigates the events surrounding the repeal of the vote not to affiliate the Pro-Life society with the SU. The Vote Before the end of term, Niamh Milliner was invited, as the incoming president of the English society, to attend the termly Societies Council Meeting. Upon arrival at the...
  • Genre Fluid review

    Genre Fluid is Dan Webber’s first collection of poetry, formed after three years of touring and performing spoken word shows. Describing itself as ‘a study into labels in everyday life, in the arts and the LGBT+ community’, Genre Fluid is a humourous yet reflective and candid exploration of how...
  • The Perfect Itinerary for a Day Out in Nottingham- No Matter the Weather

    How can you spend the day in Nottingham during rain or shine? It’s a question we’ve all wondered when suffering from severe boredom (when our deadlines are not draining the life out of us). Below are some tried and tested ideas and some more obscure places. Sometimes rather aspirational...
  • Mugging on Campus

    Police are currently investigating after an apparent mugging incident occurred on the University of Nottingham’s campus. The police were seen near Florence Boot Hall. A spokeswoman for the University of Nottingham has said: “We are shocked at a deplorable instance of mugging on the University Park Campus in the early...
  • The Struggles of Making a Music Career

    In March 2019, I self-released my second E.P. Bones. I’d been working on it for over a year in the background, playing songs at open-mic nights and the occasional paid gig. Despite that, I don’t consider myself a professional musician at all. It often looks that way on my...
  • The Playwright Launch Party

    This May, The Playwright, a new bar on Shakespeare Street, opened its doors to Nottingham, promising to be the stylish summer bolthole of 2019. Bathed in shades of deep greens and blues, the cosy, colonial décor features cream lampshades and patterned tiles on the wall. The bar, owned by...