• University of Nottingham to Offer Hotels and Hall Accommodation to NHS Staff

    The University of Nottingham has announced that it will be opening up all of its hotels, conference centres, and hall accommodation to NHS staff. This is in addition to all restricted parking on campus, and comes as part of the universities bid to support efforts against COVID-19. The aim...
  • Teaching and Learning Building renamed after International Women’s Day

    In honour of International Women’s Day, the University of Nottingham have given their students the opportunity to rename the Teaching and Learning Building after an inspirational woman....
  • Pelosi: “Trump shredded the truth, so I shredded his speech”

    US Democrat Nancy Pelosi has defended her actions after tearing up President Trump’s speech at the State of the Union address last Tuesday, 4th February. The US speaker of the House of Representatives, tore up a copy of the President’s speech last week in an act of defiance against...
  • Chief Rabbi Condemns Labour Antisemitism

    Jeremy Corbyn’s handling of antisemitism allegations has made him “unfit for high office”, the Chief Rabbi has stated, with further warnings that the soul of the nation is at stake in next month’s general election. In an open comment to The Times, the Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis noted that...
  • Flooding Across the World: From Venice to Sheffield

    The recent floods at home and abroad have brought back the debate on climate change and its associated impact. Last week, Italy was to declare a state of emergency in Venice after severe floods saw an estimated 80% of the city, according to Unesco, under water. Italy’s Prime Minister,...
  • Rugby Centenary at the University of Nottingham

    It has been all things rugby in Nottingham recently, as the 2019-20 season marks the centenary of the University of Nottingham’s Rugby Union team. Last week also saw the England team compete in the final against South Africa for the World Cup. Whilst the pubs were full and the...
  • No Place for Hate on Campus

    On Friday 11th October, students protested against the controversial invitation of suspended Labour MP Chris Williamson to attend the University of Nottingham as a guest speaker. ‘No place for hate on campus’ stated the banners outside the lecture theatre which Chris Williamson addressed that day. The pouring rain today did...