• Breaking: Orange Line bus collides with car on Derby Road

    An NCT Orange Line bus and a silver Volkswagen have collided on the bridge between the Three Wheatsheaves and Faraday Road on Derby Road. Police cars, ambulances and fire engines are at the scene. One student who was at the scene told Impact: “There were lots of firemen who were using cutters...
  • Exclusive video: Students taught graphic chant in Freshers’ Week

    Warning: contains explicit language. A video depicting first year students at the University of Nottingham engaging in an explicit chant has recently surfaced. The chant features descriptions of necrophilia and violence, and can be heard being shouted by students from Cavendish Hall. “We were taught this chant by the...
  • Impact investigates drugs on campus

    Living in halls is a time of freedom and experimentation for many, and for some that includes drug use. In a recent Impact survey of 900 students, 18% revealed they have bought drugs on campus and 19% admitted to taking drugs on University grounds. Katie Jones* is a student...
  • Impact delves into the lives of UoN’s student drug dealers

    “It wasn’t like I wanted to deal drugs”, James Pryor* tells Impact. “The opportunity was presented to me and I thought it could be a way to make quite easy money”. Breaking the law and risking prison time may not be the safest way to make money, but for...
  • Impact Speaks to Made in Chelsea’s Proudlock: Take Two

    After the revelation that our previous interview with Oliver Proudlock wasn’t actually answered by Proudlock himself, but instead by a PR company he no longer works with, we managed to speak to the man himself. Now Impact can exclusively reveal what life is like in SW3 as we speak...
  • “No Comment”: MIC’s Oliver Proudlock reveals all

    Either Oliver Proudlock has been bound to an intensely tight contract, or he hates Made in Chelsea so much that he refuses to talk about it. Proudlock told Impact (extremely briefly) about his time on the show and his clothing brand Serge DeNimes. With his answers to our questions about the...
  • Would you turn your back on your degree? Impact explores the trials of University drop-outs

    As you sat anxiously before your computer screen at 5am on A-level results day, after months of scouring the country for the ideal course at your chosen university, you may never have imagined not wanting to pursue it to the end. However, a staggering 60% of Nottingham students surveyed...