• Women of History: Julie d’Aubigny

    With International Women’s Day just around the corner, Issy and Phoebe discuss one of history’s hidden female figures, the daring wild and talented Julie d’Aubigny. With burning convents, daggers and a bi icon, Julie is not a figure to be forgotten.  Isabelle Raikes and Phoebe Raine Featured image courtesy...
  • Ice Ice Ladies: Ice Hockey, A Female Perspective

    If you have properly immersed yourself in Nottingham’s culture, then you will know about the ice hockey buzz that surrounds the National Ice Centre – be it the Panthers, the Mavericks, the Vipers, the Lions, the list of teams (and aggressive animal names) goes on. With children as young...
  • 20 Years of The Sims – Why Do We Love it So?

    Phoebe reflects on our 20 year love affair with Simulated mayhem Forget your millennium-born friends, the game that stole so many hours from your childhood turns 20 this year. Believe it or not (delco webney, for those fluent in Simlish) the virtual simulation series hits two decades on the...
  • Hangry Harangue- Nasty Surprises

    Need some lighthearted fun to de-stress? Listen to the Hangry Harangue podcast for an insight into what angers our writers.  George and Phoebe discuss film spoilers, vague replies and the unreliability of public transport in this week’s Hangry Harangue on nasty surprises.  Please note, this podcast does contain Endgame,...
  • Hangry Harangue – Chickens

    Need some lighthearted fun to de-stress? Listen to the Hangry Harangue podcast for an insight into what angers our writers.  Phoebe takes us through her dislike of chickens in this week’s Hangry Harangue, the podcast where we vent our pet hates to the world.  Please note, this podcast contains...
  • Alternative Nights in Nottingham: What To Do Instead of Clubbing

    Clubbing not for you? We have some great alternatives for a night without intensive dancing. While a night out on the town is a classic pastime for any university student, the sticky floors and ear-numbing music is not always the most appealing way to spend your evening. Fear not,...
  • DNA @ Lakeside Arts

    DNA is Nottingham New Theatre’s latest collaboration with Lakeside Arts, combining all the talent of the student actors with the creative flare of the highly experienced director Giles Croft and his innovative assistant Amy Crighton. The play follows ten teens wound up in the manslaughter of their friend Adam....